August 2010

Month: August 2010

Simple Onion And Rosemary Focaccia

  Rosemary is a beautiful herb and it grows like a weed. My front yard has a sparse rosemary bush with leaves as fine as needles. My backyard on the other end has a lush, native variety of rosemary that has thrived in the past 2 years with flushes of beautiful blue flowers and is now the proud parent of 6 little rosemary bushes that have sprung from cuttings I took. An interesting little fact that not a lot of people know is the importanc... Read More >>

Apple Fritter Donuts

My first taste of apple fritters was when Nick was trying to charm my socks off back in 1995. It was the first thing he ever cooked for me. As I watched him wield a whisk and crack eggs on the rim of the bowl, I knew I had found a keeper. The fritters were golden to a perfection and by the time he finished plating them with a dusting of sugar, I literally had stars in my eyes. They remain till date, the best fritters I have ever had. And ... Read More >>