According to Robin Williams: Spring is nature's way of saying, 'Let's party!' Everything jumps back to life. It is nature’s rebirth and special ingredients that we haven’t seen for a while become available. There are
For Women’s History Month, we look at three cooks ― and their recipes ― who had a big impact on Wine Country cooking.Christine Gustafson2021-03-17T21:24:06-07:00
THREE WINE COUNTRY WOMEN WHO CHANGED THE WAY WE EAT There are 3 women who many have not heard of but who changed the way we think about food. We owe them so much.
Favorite Recipes from Chef John Ash ASIAN NOODLES (Photo credit: John Burgess/The Press Democrat) The world of Asian noodles is vast. There is some dispute over who originally came up with the idea of mixing
The idea of midnight spaghetti is not a new one. Known in Italy as Spaghettata di Mezzanote its preparation occurs after a night of drinking and partying or maybe you’ve forgotten to eat during the
For those of a certain age we remember the grand foods of the 60's and 70's which the television series Mad Men epitomized. Dishes like these appeared on fancy restaurant menus all around the country.
The COVID-19 virus has changed how most of us think about Thanksgiving, my favorite holiday by the way. We are told that we shouldn’t gather in large, non-familial groups, should avoid the classic buffet, use
John Burgess, Santa Rosa Press Democrat Fall is a special time of year. Summer is winding down and our circadian clocks are kicking in and yearning for more hearty and deeply flavored foods.
(Photo credit: John Burgess/The Press Democrat) Today chicken has become so much a part of our menu that we don’t tend to think much at all about these noble little birds. In the '90s, chicken
Each season has its unique ingredients and flavors, but summer provides the most abundant, I think you’d agree. It’s hard to keep up with the delicious “glut” that we are presented with. That Grande Dame
Southeast Asia is home to a rich cross-cultural table with every country providing a distinctive cuisine that, at the same time, shares similarities with its neighbors. The Chinese, Arabs, and Indians early on established many