Posts by Author: 19 posts by Chef Sue

I am starting the countdown to a long awaited trip to Germany to see my new granddaughter and my daughter and son-in-law. 29 days to go. And before I go, I want to slim down a bit, take it easy

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The essence of comfort food, lovely spiced basmati rice with browned tender chicken thighs, served with a delicious smooth Greek yogurt sauce with garlic, just the thing when you want a one pot dinner without a lot of fuss. I

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It was raining here today in sunny Florida, and was as wintery as it gets here. Dinner seemed like it should be hearty and warming, a good day for the delicious meatball recipe from the Ottolenghi cookbook, by Yotam Ottolenghi

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There is nothing more beautiful and life inspiring than a plate of herbs and vegetables, waiting to be nestled in Butter Lettuce cups with some kind of filling, and topped with a rich delicious sauce and toasted nuts or even

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I intended to make a Chef Bobby Flay recipe I found in the New York Times, titled Bobby Flay’s Chicken with Roquefort for dinner. But, after reading the blog post by the amazing David Lebowitz regarding the very same recipe

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I recently purchased Around My French Table, more than 300 recipes from my home to yours, by Dorie Greenspan. I love this book and I highly recommend it for Dorie’s easy to understand recipes and the beautiful pictures. Her recipe

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Sometimes half of eating is visual. This simple salad is so beautiful and simple to make. The bright clean flavors are a welcome break to refresh the palette mid-meal. Pick ripe citrus fruits like oranges, tangerines, grapefruits and even lemons.

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Burrata is a fresh Italian cheese, made from mozzarella and cream. The outer shell is solid mozzarella while the inside contains both mozzarella and cream, giving it an unusual, soft texture. In this case, the burrata I used for this

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Do you need a quick showy dish to win friends and influence people? This is uber quick and super delicious, and you will have nothing but deliciousness if you have fish fillets, a bit of mayo, some cheese, and green

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I made my first raw kale salad in March of 2008, from a recipe I found on the goneraw.com website, before raw kale salads were cool. My friend Michael told me he had an Italian themed raw kale salad for

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