Tag Archive: chefette

An Aperitif with a View

In my hands I hold an Aperol Spritz during dinner at a local restaurant on the island of Ios, Greece.

Tomato Sauce

sim·plic·i·ty || the quality or condition of being plain or natural In cooking one word describes my style of cooking: simple. When I think of ingredients I enjoy keeping the integrity of the ingredient being… Continue reading

Roasting Garlic

One of my favorite ingredients to have on hand is roasted garlic. You can add it to about anything, especially if you want to get some of that sweet caramelized garlic flavor opposed… Continue reading

Alaskan Seafood Lasagna

Alaska, a place that has breathtaking landscapes and sceneries. Not only is The Last Frontier rich in minerals, but it’s a place that is valued on subsistence living. It offers an abundance array of… Continue reading

Chilled Pea Soup

I’m posting this recipe on behalf of Aruna at her blog, “Aharam.” While I was cooking in Charleston, South Carolina, my vivid imagination was filled with inspirations of all sorts. I  was surrounded by people… Continue reading