Rockin’ risotto and other Italian specialties that sing this season! The lovely ladies of Les Dames d’Escoffier have provided three fab recipes for Goodtaste viewers, including an exquisite pumpkin risotto and my favorite osso buco to date…
It’s time to get your Valentine’s Day plans squared away. If you’re still looking for the perfect spot in the Alamo city, no problem! We’ve put together a list of Goodtaste friends clamoring to feed you. Here’s to great food, drinks and company on the most romantic day of the year.
December is such a magical month! Many amazing chefs have shared some of their favorite recipes with me, and I’m thrilled to share them with you. I’ve put all the recipes in one place…right here…
My favorite outdoor patio in the Alamo City is at Paesanos 1604. This place is just beautiful. Spend a relaxing evening with friends and be sure to grab a fabulous cocktail or two while you’re at it!
Dinner For Two:
$95.00 Per Couple plus tax and gratuity
Dinner served with your choice bottle of:
Tickle your fancy with this light and bubbly Italian
Sparkling Wine. Solletico means “Tickle” in Italian
and has flavors of apple and citrus
– or –
La Crema Chardonnay
Enjoy this fresh, vibrant chardonnay
with hints of nuts, vanilla and carmel
– or –
La Crema Pinot […]
Simplicity and good ingredients. That’s the secret to good food anytime according to Joe Cosniac, owner of the legendary Paesanos in Alamo Heights. I couldn’t agree more! There is a sort of magic that lingers in his kitchen…everything always comes together like clockwork!
‘Tis the season to give…and by that I mean shop! San Antonio, Houston and the surrounding Hill Country have some wonderfully practical destinations for finding good deals on all of the good stuff. It truly is more rewarding to give than to receive, BUT it’s pretty darn cool when you receive a gift that you can enjoy right then and there – something delicious!
Thanksgiving and pie go hand in hand…or should I say PIES! Part of the fun of the festive meal is tasting more than one delicious pie. I’ve got some great ideas to make your desserts devine–the best from some of your favorite chefs.
Paesanos 1604 in San Antonio has long set a standard of excellence for gourmet dining in the Alamo City. And speaking of standards, Chef Clark McDaniel – THE Chef Clark of Clark’s Seasoning found in local retailers – was on hand for the roll-out of Paesanos new ‘cool weather’ food lineup!
Ever tried Oaxacan Creamed Corn…Mmmm, it’s delicious. Rich, creamy and packed with flavor. Let’s face it: When it comes the Thanksgiving Day meal, it’s all about the sides! Turkey is turkey, but the sides can really make your meal shine!