I love Lasagna…………

This is Mama Enza. She makes everything from scratch……. Although my taste has changed a lot in the last two years, lasagna has still stayed on my top 10 list…….. I don’t know what it is …..maybe the fact that you get everything in one bite, layers of pasta, layers of cheese, sauce and meat……… I heard Sorrentino has a new lasagna trio………… yes, 3 … Continue reading I love Lasagna…………

Ekal Vidyalayas Recipe Contest!

It is for a great cause: The Ekal Vidyalaya Foundation is a charitable trust that initiates, supports, and runs non-formal one-teacher schools (popularly known as Ekal Vidyalayas) in remote tribal areas all over India. It promotes literacy and education to those who otherwise would not have the opportunity. There are two recipe categories: Appetizers and Desserts. Contestants will bring the food to be judged by … Continue reading Ekal Vidyalayas Recipe Contest!

Olivar Restaurant Grand Opening Tonight

Olivar, the Spanish word for “olive grove”, is the theme of this cozy new spot reminiscent of a quaint bistro that one would discover while exploring France and Spain. Olivar combines Chef Philippe Thomelin’s deep roots from growing up in the Loire Valley of France, the influence of his Catalan grandmother and his love of all things Spanish. Chef Philippe creates dishes that reflect his … Continue reading Olivar Restaurant Grand Opening Tonight

Quinoa and Corn Summer Salad

The corn at the market was yelling “Keren, rescue me! Take me Home!” I couldn’t look away. I took it home and experimented with some flavors. This is the salad that saved the corn. I just couldn’t stop eating it! Quinoa and Corn Summer Salad 2 cups of cooked quinoa (just cook according to package directions) 2 ears of corn 1 onion (diced) 1 jalapeno … Continue reading Quinoa and Corn Summer Salad