When I’m looking to get dinner out in a hurry and I don’t want to fill the sink with dishes, a baking sheet is always where I turn. This humble piece of equipment is incredibly […]
Sautéed apples are a great accompaniment to pork dishes. Sliced in thick wedges, they are tender yet crispy at the same time for a balanced texture. The pork tenderloin is pan-seared until crispy – serve with a salad for a healthy meal!
You know Masraff’s in Uptown — one of Houston’s finest dining establishments. Known for its superb seafood, and now, its high brow bar food! Spend a lengthy lunch or have an easy dinner with leisurely small plates of some of Masraff’s hottest sellers.
‘Tender’ is an understatement for this juicy salad from the good folks at The Josephine Street Café. Watch this video to see how it’s prepared! The homemade creamy vinaigrette is my favorite…
As Chef Elizabeth will tell you, good food that’s good for you doesn’t have to be boring, without any real texture or flavor. Cooking Connections is helping you keep to your New Year’s resolution of looking great and feeling great with this beautifully ornate Mushroom Stuffed Pork Tenderloin with Fig & Onion Jam that’s lean and easy to make!
Simplicity and good ingredients. That’s the secret to good food anytime according to Joe Cosniac, owner of the legendary Paesanos in Alamo Heights. I couldn’t agree more! There is a sort of magic that lingers in his kitchen…everything always comes together like clockwork!
Robert Mondavi’s vision of making fine wines and establishing Napa as a world-class wine making region is still celebrated today. The marketing genius made the name Mondavi synonymous with the word wine. I had the pleasure of meeting Rob Mondavi, Jr., Robert’s grandson, during last Fall’s crush.
A new restaurant in San Antonio is kicking off the New Year in a big way. Barbaresco’s, the chic, hip, new place on San Pedro is offering a heck of a deal. For $55 (first seating) you’ll enjoy a four course meal complete with a bottle of bubbly. Choices include a couple of Barbaresco’s signature […]