So I’ve made the leap, I’ve left my career in architecture of nearly 15 years to begin a new career in the culinary field!! In the coming weeks I will be redoing my website to offer personal cheffing and catering services while continuing to share great recipes on my blog….stay tuned for that! On theRead more
One of the fun things about my blog is there are actually people out there who read my blog! And a few readers even get super into reading my posts. One reader in particular, Jolie, wants to start a Cooking with Rosemary Fan Club and has even joked (or maybe it’s not a joke) about makingRead more
Gumbo is delicious! Fishbone’s in Detroit has my favorite restaurant version of the this flavorful Louisiana style stew. And back in the winter when I made a New Orleans birthday feast for my friend Andy (read about it here) I had included a delicious gumbo. My taste buds started to water when I opened up theRead more
January has a lot of birthday’s…mine, my Aunt Lorrie, my Uncle John, my Uncle Mark, my friend Al, my son River, the best bartender in the world Vinny, my friend and Cheetoh’s vet Andy and I am sure a bunch of other people too! My friend Andy has a love of New Orleans cuisine. When IRead more
Well this one was kind of a failure, on a couple of levels, but not necessarily the fault of the cookbook I used, Plenty. Plenty is a vegetarian cookbook, and if you are into that sort of thing you will be happy to know a second cookbook, Plenty More, was recently released.
Now that the weather is cooling off it’s nice to have a soup recipe next in line! This recipe comes from 1 Stock, 100 Soups by Linda Doeser. As the title states the cookbook contains 100 soup recipes which use 1 stock to create them.