Perfect Scrambled Eggs

April 25, 2013

  We had a rainy weekend in Atlanta, so I decided to take my time and make scrambled eggs in a way that takes extra time but is always worth it. Here’s how I do it.   2 – 4 tablespoons of butter 5 eggs 2 tablespoons of cream Salt and pepper   The trick […]

We always love the opportunities to work hand in hand with our clients to custom develop perfect menus. We know they’ll get just what they want, and this often goes a long way to make events more memorable.   Recently we had the pleasure to work with a group of Filipino Amercians to develop a […]

Chopping Fresh Herbs

April 11, 2013

Before I leave the topic of fresh herbs, I wanted to mention a few things about their preparation. Fresh herbs add a complexity of taste to a dish that is hard to match with dried herbs. But their size and shape can make them time consuming to prep. With a few pointers, you can prep […]

Extraordinary Oregano

April 4, 2013

I have a rather vigorous patch of oregano that’s been a staple in my garden for years. Ever so often I dig up a clump to pass on to friends who want an easy-to-grow herb that will come in handy in their kitchens.   Oregano is a common seasoning in Spanish, Mediterranean and Italian dishes. […]