My One & Only Banana Bread

Chefs are notoriously known for never making something the same way twice. There’s the  constant search for a new recipe,  or the persistent tweaking to perfect the way to make [________] better, is a “thing” we are very guilty of. I know that I am often thinking of a new way I could make something…

Soy-Lime Grilled Flank Steak

I LOVE grilled steak. Generally speaking we will pick a rib eye (bone-in if they have it) for traditional steak dinner. That said, I choose flank (or skirt)  just as often because it is so diverse & flavorful! This one recipe marinates only about 1-4 hours. You could marinate it over night, but I would…

How to Stock Your Tiny Kitchen & Cook Happily Ever After

I am guessing that more than one of you may have wondered how small IS an RV kitchen & how do I make that work? Did I have to get rid of all my favorite kitchen appliances, tools & gadgets?  Can I store more than  two plates, cups & forks? You will have to go…

Classic Wedge Salad

Do you ever stop to think why ‘the classics’ are classic? I did just that while eating a salad the other day. Whether it’s clothing, music or food, the word ‘classic’ can usually be exchanged for timeless. There are some things that just stand the test of time – like the quintessential little black dress…

Why Farm-to-Table Even Matters

The Farm is Where MY Love for Cooking Started The farm is where (real) food starts, just as a matter of pure fact. Whether small or large, private or corporate, it takes a farm to grow a vegetable, to raise a pig & even to get that gallon of milk.  When I was growing up,…