I love creating meals, so when I was asked if I’d be interested in receiving a box of grass fed meats from Strauss Direct it was a no-brainer. Of course I said, “yes!”
I pride myself on purchasing the very best food that I can. It’s important to know that the foods we eat have been grown using safe farming practices for the good of the animals, environment, our children and ourselves.
Springtime is all about fresh fruit, and this Puff Pastry with Strawberries & Cream is the perfect ending to any meal. It’s light and airy, not too sweet, but just right! I love strawberries, and during the spring they’re super sweet, bright red, juicy, and packed with flavor.
I must be feeling lazy lately because I keep coming up with recipes from the food I have in my frig and pantry. I guess that’s a good thing. At least I’m using what I already have at my disposal rather than going and purchasing new ingredients.
Do you have a typical breakfast you make for yourself everyday? Mine is Oatmeal with blueberries and Vietnamese Cinnamon. No other cinnamon will work. In fact, the blueberries I use are Wild Blueberries from Whole Foods. Believe it or not most of the time I use the frozen berries. ...
Cinco de Mayo is this weekend. I no longer celebrate like I use to when in college, but love to celebrate it with authentic food. Even though you might celebrate Cinco de Mayo do you know what it is? Cinco de Mayo, or the fifth of May, is a holiday that...
While vacationing in Africa in February all the lodges we stayed at through andBeyond served soup at lunch and dinner. One that was memorable to us was the Corn & Yellow Pepper Soup a dish that pleasantly surprised me.
Last month while traveling in Africa we experienced all sorts of creative cuisine. When we were at Sabyinyo Silverback Lodge in Rwanda for our Gorilla Trekking we enjoyed Baked Tilapia with Green Chutney wrapped in Banana Leaves.
Seaweed Spaghetti sounded rather intriguing to me. I love sushi and felt like this could be a fun take on it. I discovered this recipe on the Ottelenghi website – a favorite chef, their restaurants, and their numerous cookbooks. Here’s what I quickly discovered……………
Hi, I’m Vicki Bensinger! I have been teaching culinary classes throughout Missouri since 1992. I offer personalized private culinary classes for individuals and small groups in the comfort of your home or organization.
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