No Question, an Easy (and Quick) Pork Shoulder Recipe

I’ve always liked Chinese food, possibility because of its saltiness, with ingredients such as Hoisin, soy and oyster-flavored sauce. When my husband and I go out for Chinese food we often, as an appetizer, share an order of barbecue spare ribs. Some restaurants offer meaty ones, other times their selection  seems “painted” with red food…

Chicken, vegetable and potato calzone- a simple snack or an ample meal

  I first discovered calzones several years back, which is why I added one to my first cookbook – Nourished: A Memoir of Cooking and the Arts. There, there is a recipe for Salami, Spinach and Cheese Calzone. But, since I enjoying making pizza dough, I created the above recipe. Calzones can evolve into many different…

Glazed, Pan-roasted, and Marinated Chicken with Lemon

  Since childhood, chicken has been a tasty specialty for me, cooked in all its glory, many different ways. Along with my siblings and I, we ate chicken fried and roasted, and other ways too such as chicken a-la-king, a great way to use up leftover chicken.  Our  housekeeper, who worked for us from the…

Stud of A Cookie: Chewy Chocolate-chip Coconut Oatmeal

  Cookies give me pause, but not for  long!  In an instant they disappear, as I chew them, devour them, not leaving a crumb.  Yes, that’s how I deal with cookies.  This is especially true when  chocolate is one of the main ingredients.   When knobby dark-colored studs peek out from a cookie, I gobble them…