Tag Archives: garlic

Porcehetta – I Told You So

I promise you this is one of the best things you will ever eat. Period. If I had my way I would eat Porchetta every day for the rest of my life. However, since it’s a pork loin rolled in … Continue reading

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Chicken ala Phase

  I hope you enjoy my garlic, hot pepper, and  olives phase. Kind of like Picasso’s blue period between 1901 and 1904.  -I want it noted that I’m having my cooking with olives, garlic and hot pepper period in 2016 … Continue reading

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Bucatini or Perciatelli, it’s all good to me

  Bucatini or Perciatelli, it’s all good to me, although the Perciatelli is thicker. I made this fantastic sauce. I used tons of garlic, say like 15 cloves, a small minced onion and I warmed them both in a huge … Continue reading

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Pork Cutlet, Rabe and Polenta

For dinner this evening I made pork cutlets on a bed of creamy polenta, broccoli rabe and roasted tomatoes with a balsamic glaze. This was pretty easy to make.  And yes indeed quite fattening, but over the top delicious and something good … Continue reading

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“Life Is About Feeing Good” Chef Kourda

It was an incredibly fun adventure interviewing Chef Kourda for South Shore Magazine last night. Chef Kourda is not only the Executive Chef of Brassiere Zapp at the Red Lion Inn located in Cohasset, Massachusetts but the General Manager as … Continue reading

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Braised Bok Choy with Ginger Pork Bits and Roasted Wanuts

Some people call it Chinese cabbage, but the proper name is Bok Choy, and if you think you haven’t eaten it before, think again. If you’re a lover of Chinese food you’ve eaten it, you just didn’t know what that … Continue reading

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The Green Goddess: Broccoli Rabe and the Golden Boy

This is my second post on broccoli rabe and I can promise there will be more, many more, and why? Because broccoli rabe is FRIGGING AWESOME! Rabe is full of vitamins and minerals (vitamins A, C, and K, potassium, calcium, … Continue reading

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