Appetizers | Dairy-free | Fish

Crab bombs

A simple, hot and tasty appetizer to serve. Lovely with a dry champagne or crisp white wine. 1 lb. Crab meat 1 Egg, beaten 1 cup Ritz Crackers, crushed 1 tsp. Yellow Mustard 2 tbsp. Fresh Lemon Juice 2 tbsp. Fresh Parsley, chopped 1 tsp. Old Bay Seasoning 1 tbsp. Worcestershire Sauce Place the crab […]

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Asian flavors | Fish

Miso-marinated black cod

This is my most favorite way of eating fish in a Japanese restaurant and I recently discovered it was so much easier than I ever imagined to make at home! Make sure you allow 3 days for this as you need to marinate it for this length of time. After that there’s precious little to […]

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Vegetable-related

Beet and feta burgers

You can double the ingredients easily to make 8 burgers or freeze 4 of them for another time, wrapping them in cling film and foil. Cook from frozen in the oven at 350 F until piping hot. These are very tasty burgers and well worth trying for a change. 1lb raw beets, peeled and coarsely […]

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Breakfast | Egg based

Poached eggs on avocado-feta toast

I thought avocado toast was pretty wonderful until I tried mashing the avocado with Greek feta crumbles and my gosh, the flavor shot up like crazy. This is especially lovely on sourdough toast. If you don’t feel like having the eggs on top, just have the avocado-feta toast on it’s own. For 2 people (can […]

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Pasta

Garlic, parmesan spaghetti

This has got to be the simplest, fastest and lightest spaghetti dish I know. It’s so easy to throw together and always surprises people as the flavor of the chicken broth permeates the pasta while cooking, making it more intense. There are countless variations of this recipe and you can certainly experiment but try this […]

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