Showing posts with label appetizers. Show all posts
Showing posts with label appetizers. Show all posts

A Wonderful Future Beckons and Winks

Mission figs, Meyer lemons, and thyme.
Oh joy of joys, it’s still peak season for Mission figs, that precious fruit we crave morning, noon, and night. Time to start hoarding!

Merry May Recipes

Bunny Toast appetizers with Scotch cheese sauce
Revisiting four Nibble Sip original recipes worthy of sunny spring days and celebratory spring nights.

Figuring on Fabulous Figs

A bowl of fresh Mission figs.
Is there any fruit more temptatious than a fig? We think not!

Best Laid Schemes

Serve a platter of whisky-doused salmon canapés at your next Burns Supper.
One score and three years ago, we hosted our first Burns Supper, a celebration of the great Scottish poet, Robert Burns (1759-1796).

Healthy Solutions Spice Blends Challenge

Zucchini confetti shrimp appetizer made with Healthy Solutions Spice Blends. Some subscribe to the "make everything from scratch" philosophy. We do not.

Oh, the rangoons!

Crab rangoon are cheese-filled fried wontons

February 14 is fast approaching, and throughout America, committed couples, harried parents and singles alike are cursing this day of romance.

The Autumn Wilds Yonder

Lobster mushrooms are vegetarian-friendly. The Autumnal Equinox heralds the beginning of shorter days, cooler nights, pumpkins galore and the heady aroma of foraged fungus.

Fabulous Fig and Chèvre Bites

Fig Compote and Chèvre Leaves appetizer
When summer’s fresh figs are but a distant memory, dried figs are a cook’s best friend.

A Remembrance of Figs Past

Italian-inspired beggar's purses, a decadent fig, burrata, and prosciutto appetizer.
Gusts of memory inspire a waking dream of nouvelle cuisine.

The Enigmatic Crab Rangoon

Crab Rangoon are crab and cheese-stuffed won tons. Make some for your next luau.
We adore Chinese food in all its permutations.

The Arawak Fish Fry

It’s always better in the Bahamas, but freshly made conch salad is the best.
Forget that shell stand at the straw market: there’s a better way to score a conch.