Suzi's Blog

Slow Rib Perfection

  If someone uses the words “best” or “perfect” in a recipe title, I’m suspicious. It may be a good recipe for sure, but can it really be supreme? At Food.com, I found this Slow Ribs Perfection recipe. I had googled for a “slow ribs recipe” and this one popped up. I showed it to…

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Cookbook Review: Flourless by Nicole Spiridakis

We live in an age where we are now very aware of celiac disease and the need for food products that do not use flour. At first, the “substitutes” were bad, like, really bad. But, as time goes by, the products are better, recipes are better, and the cookbooks are far, far better. Suzi works…

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We Don’t Need No Stinkin’ Drying Rack

  As you can see, dinner was good. Really good. Fresh pasta, eggy and rich. Summer peas from the farmers market. Grated cheese from Italy. You don’t see the bottle of wine, but it was good too. Suzi and I made the pasta. We love that task and enjoy using the pasta machine, which requires…

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Watermelon-Basil Mojito from Kim Haasarud

  A couple of days ago I did a cookbook review for 101 Mojitos by Kim Haasarud. She’s a genius. Just thought I’d make that as clear as the rum that dots the recipes in this lovely little book that will have you muddling away for, about, 101 nights. I love watermelon in beverages. It…

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