Chocolate Coconut Ice Cream | Dairy Free

Rich, chocolatey and incredibly creamy, this chocolate coconut ice cream recipe will knock your socks off. And if you eat dairy-free, no problem, I’ve got you covered for a summertime treat. There is no dairy in this recipe ....more

Caprese Skewers with Basil Vinaigrette

Whether you are gathering...more

My Tour at Sub-Zero Wolf and Gazpacho Andaluz

Who could resist an invitation to a culinary playground? Not me. Last week I had the opportunity to tour the brand new Sub-Zero and Wolf showroom in Costa Mesa, California ....more

My Visit to the Sub-Zero and Wolf Showroom

Who could resist an invitation to a culinary playground? Not me. Last week I had the opportunity to tour the brand new Sub-Zero and Wolf showroom in Costa Mesa, California. It's nothing short of incredible. If you love to cook, it is like going to Disneyland. There are over 30 of these beautiful facilities in the country, and many people don't even know they exist. Join me for my visual tour, then find a showroom in your area....more

Cauliflower Rice with Parmesan and Herbs

If you ditched white rice for a healthier, lower carb diet, try making cauliflower rice. It really is a fantastic alternative. It might sound crazy if you have not tried it, so just try it ....more

Homemade Herbed Mayonnaise

The simple emulsion of oil and egg yolks, a little mustard, vinegar and spices. With a strong arm (and a blender) you can turn this simple emulsion into creamy homemade mayonnaise. Anything from a store-bought jar pales in comparison ....more

Broccoli and Cabbage Slaw

Heading into the warmth of summer means more salads. Here is my recipe for a cool, raw vegetable slaw we’ve been enjoying as of late – broccoli and cabbage slaw with a light, creamy, orange dressing and the surprise of tart dried cranberries. Skip the Bag I’m not big on buying stuff in bags ....more

Spicy Shrimp Tacos

Tacos are one of our mainstay lunch options. They are often assembled...more

Raw Zucchini Pesto Ribbon Salad

A few weeks ago I was playing with my spiral vegetable slicer. Sure, I use it for zucchini spaghetti-style noodles, but what about the other blades? I put in the long, thin slicing blade and got beautiful thin ribbons of zucchini ....more