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Grace’s Table Iron Skillet Corn Bread and Lavender Honey Butter

Grace’s Table provides itself on “Celebrating Flavors from Around the World.” Chef/Owner Mauro Pando and his wife, Nancy Lindaas-Pando, certainly are passionate about their restaurant in Downtown Napa. Norm and I were fortunate enough while on an International Food Wine & Travel Writers Association trip to...

La Cocina que Canta, Rancho La Puerta, Walnut and Fig Muffins

Maralyn and I will be meeting again at Rancho La Puerta in July to present our writing workshop and take a few cooking lessons. I can hardly wait. The Ranch has so much to offer so many men and women of all ages from all over the world. Rancho La Puerta and the Golden Door have brought wellness into the...

Recipe and Video for Gougeres from Frelon’s Fabulous France with Katherine Frelon

Last October, Norm and I, along with Michelle and Kurt Winner explored a small portion of France. After our week of barginging with European Waterways on a canal in Lower Burgundy, we were picked up by Brendan Moore, a wine expert and guide who works with chef Katherine Frelon at La Ferme de la Lochere,...

Pull-Apart Bread Recipe from Bel Gioioso Cheese

This is a very easy recipe and quick.                      Pull-Apart Bread Ingredients: Frozen bread dough dinner rolls, thawed 1/3 cup melted butter 1 cup BelGioioso Mild Provolone, shredded 5 oz. BelGioioso Parmesan, grated Method: Roll each dinner roll in butter and arrange half in a well-greased round...

Pizza Crust or Cracker Bread – Gluten Free

I quite partial to flat bread. I enjoy it with lots of Italian herbs and some Parmesan cheese. For me it is very satisfying. I also like that this is gluten free. I’ll give credit to King Arthur Flour for this recipe. I had one, but it was not as good. When I was in Norwich, VT for a cooking class at King...

Celebrate Thanksgiving the Way the Vanderbilts Enjoyed Including Recipes

Having visited Biltmore Estate in Asheville, NC numerous times, I had the opportunity to interview the winemaker, chefs, gardener, and florist. I’ve a file full of recipes they have shared. However, this article is from the Biltmore Estate and has a lot of history with it. So, please know I am passing on...

Pumpkin Bread at Bass Rocks Ocean Inn

We love autumn. I especially appreciate the warm sun, salty air and the aromas of  spicy pumpkin bread wafting from the kitchen at the inn. What could be better than enjoying it all from the porch overlooking the Atlantic ocean? Here is the recipe for Claire’s Pumpkin Bread. Guests have returned to the...

New Orleans Chef Michael Ruoss of Maine Shares Recipe for Hushpuppies

Harvest on the Harbor in Portland, Maine, is loaded with culinary talent. None more so than nationally acclaimed chef Michael Ruoss who will be cooking a Cajun seafood stew at its Ultimate Seafood Splash and will be a featured chef at the Saturday Marketplace. He is based in New Orleans and is Executive...

Stephen Taber Saling with Food Wine Good Company and Recipe

A sailing adventure in Maine on the Schooner Stephen Taber built in 1871 was more than expected. Departing the dock in light drizzle and cold temperatures, we were thankful for foul weather gear. So, we had one day chilly and the next day bright and beautiful. In any case, all the food, wine, good company,...

“Sortachef” Don Hogeland and Bagels

Many of you know that the Tandem Tasters like to discover lesser known chefs, exceptional chefs, and good cooks. Our taste in food goes from the simple to the complex. We follow quite a few food bloggers on Food Buzz and Don Hogeland is one who has an impressive selection of posts. His bagels won us over....

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