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Father’s Day Breakfast Sliders

I think it’s nice to cook for your dad on Father’s Day, because running to a brunch usually results in an overcrowded and not very intimate experience. That being said, I wanted to stick with something unfussy and hearty – something that will keep you out of the kitchen and free to enjoy time with your dad. Sliders tend to be popular among guys, so I tried a spin on a classic slider and topped them with a cheesy, potato-filled... Read More

Poblano Stuffed Peppers with Red Quinoa, Black Beans, and Eggs

I love Mexican flavors — especially at brunch. Mexican cuisine offers the perfect balance of sweet, spicy, and savory that makes it an ideal centerpiece for mid-day entertaining. Inspired by Florida farmer’s market finds, the red quinoa and black beans in this recipe add an interesting twists that will keep all of your guests satisfied. Poblano Stuffed Peppers with Red Quinoa, Black Beans, and Eggs Serves two   INGREDIENTS:   2... Read More

Brussel Sprout Salad: Rustic or Refined

My friend Karina got married over a year ago and was itching to pull out her wedding china. Since we both love to entertain, we decided to organize a “Ladies Who Lunch” at her home in the west village. A little networking, a little catching up, great food, and of course — wine. The menu went like this: Butternut squash soup with fried sage leaves Shaved brussel sprout salad with ribbons of carrots and toasted pistachios Bone-in... Read More