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I fell in love with State Fare when we shot our segment with these great guys for our TV show! So many delicious dishes, but the Dill Pickle Dip was a real surprise. Dill Pickle Dip, really! Yes, and it’s fantastic. Easy too….The link is right here…http://goodtaste.tv/recipes/showrecipe/display/StateFare_DillPickleDip
This is a very personal blog post. So, that is your copy alert…click out now if this isn’t your thing. Like so many others all over the world, my life was touched in many ways by the Reverend Buckner Fanning, who passed away last night.
When it comes to homemade cookies, it’s just variations of gooey goodness! The Neiman Marcus recipe for their original chocolate chip cookie is somewhat controversial. This version is said to be the original (and it’s one I’ve had for more than 25 years)…
These are just delightful! From the crafty mind of Executive Chef Dirk Troop at Francesca’s on Sunset. This recipe makes approximately 85 meatballs.
Whenever my batteries need recharging, I head to the California coast. The breathtaking sunsets as that enormous ball of fire descends into the ocean inspire me in a way nothing else does. We just returned from the most incredible visit to the Paso Robles wine region complete with days that came to a close as […]
It’s a good day when you’re inspired–inspired to do better, inspired by your work, inspired by a friendship. It’s a great day when you meet someone that is inspiring! After a loooong hiatus, I’ve started practicing Bikram yoga again. It is one of the most challenging yet fulfilling workouts I’ve ever done. There are many […]
It sounds kinda silly, but I’ve often wondered if I’d ever meet Oprah. Having spent so many years in broadcasting and even hosting a daily live talk show of my own for a long time, I’ve interviewed lots of folks who had been on her old show. When the opportunity arose to attend a taping […]
The Metro Cooking Houston show this weekend was great fun for foodies! The Houston Chronicle was the title sponsor, and what a treat to hear Alison Cook’s ‘first’ public speaking event. Alison is an incredible writer, a fabulous food critic and turns out, she’s good at talking to a crowd. She said this Metro […]
Some years back we took a trip to Italy that included a stay in Venice. While there, we experienced some amazing seafood and wine. One of the dishes I’ll never forget was a lobster entree — light but flavorful as it was tossed with arugula (which always has more flavor outside of Texas), tarragon and […]