Pasta Shells with Tuna, Capers, Lemon, Olives and Tomatoes – A No-cook Sauce January 24, 2014
Pasta

Pasta Shells with Tuna, Capers, Lemon, Olives and Tomatoes – A No-cook Sauce

Albacore tuna is one of the world’s most highly prized fish. It flourishes in temperate and tropical oceans as well as the Mediterranean Sea. Canned albacore is one of the iconic pantry staples worldwide. It’s the star ingredient in France’s famed Salade Niçoise. It accompanies students and parents alike in lunch bags as tuna salad […]

Dungeness Crab Martini – Cracked not Stirred 4 Febuary 2010
Appetizers Seafood

Dungeness Crab Martini – Cracked not Stirred

The martini is perhaps the most romanticized and bastardized alcoholic wallop ever invented. Among famous martini aficionados are Winston Churchill, FDR, Ernest Hemingway, Cary Grant and the fictional James Bond who preferred his “shaken, not stirred” and with vodka. H. L. Mencken once called the martini “the only American invention as perfect as the sonnet.” […]

slow baked tomato with grated parmesan
Desserts Salad Dressing Seafood Vegetable

The Cooking of Joy ♥ Savoring the Flavors of Life

Joy Pronunciation:  joi Function: noun Etymology: Middle English, from Anglo-French joie, from Latin gaudia, plural of gaudium, from gaudēre to rejoice; probably akin to Greek gēthein to rejoice Date: 13th century 1 a : the emotion evoked by well-being, success, or good fortune or by the prospect of possessing what one desires : delight b […]