Are you still buying ready-made pie crust even after my latest tutorial for French pastry dough? Hmmm. Maybe I should visit your home, and personally make the dough for you. What fun that would be! Read more »
I created this soup for my not-yet-published cookbook. It's a healthful puree of ripe, Vitamin C-rich bell peppers, plus zingy garlic, fragrant thyme, and creamy russet potatoes. And Lawd A-Mighty -- it's delicious! Read more »
Pâte brisée is the only crust I trust for pies, tarts, and galettes. It's tender, flaky, and meltingly-delicious. It's easy to roll out, too. And talk about fast -- with the help of a food processor, this bit of ecstasy can be yours in just 30 seconds. Read more »
Ever wondered about the difference between baking soda and baking powder? I certainly have. I've also wondered why some recipes request just one of these ingredients, while others require both. And now, thanks to the experts at Google University, I finally have some answers. Read more »
This week, to celebrate the start of apple season, I made some scrumptious little desserts called "Apple Blossoms." The flower petals are thinly-sliced apples, arranged on strips of store-bought puff pastry dough. Looking for an elegant tea-time treat or after-school snack? This recipe is for you. Read more »
Kevin is an award-winning food, garden and lifestyle guru who lives in New York's Hudson Valley. His recipes have appeared in dozens of newspapers. He has contributed countless gardening articles to African Violet Magazine, Berkshire Home Style Magazine, and Garden Design Magazine.