Oven braised short ribs with a rich Asian flavor influence.
Your taste buds will love the delectable meld of flavors and your eyes will delight with the exquisite presentation.
Red wine, Italian sausage, rosemary and mozzarella – what can’t be good about this combo! Plus super easy to make and soul warming on a chilly winter’s night.
Of all the culinary traditions of the Kunde Family, this recipe is the coup de grace and has been handed down to each generation from our Grandfather, Arthur "Big Boy" Kunde.
This is an incredibly savory dish that is sure to please. Put it in your crock pot and come home to a delicious hot meal.
Calzones are a fun spin on your traditional pizza. The addition of kale adds wonderful texture, flavor and color to this dish. Unless you have a tried and true recipe for pizza dough, fresh store bought dough works beautifully.
A meatless version of lasagna that is so satisfying you won't miss the meat.
This is not a quick recipe but once you taste these incredible dumplings, you’ll be glad you took the time.
Paella is a fun and festive dish with so much versatility. You don’t even need a paella pan to make it. A large skillet will work just fine. This recipe was made in a 12 inch cast iron pan. You can use this as a base and then substitute other ingredients you prefer or have on hand. Be creative with it.
You won’t be able to stop eating this amazing risotto. The flavors are so rich and the farro adds an enticing texture. Use as main dish or serve alongside a savory steak.
Enjoy your pasta with incredible flavors of savory olives, capers, and fresh herbs — parmesan cheese brings it all together.
Pancetta and mushrooms add a fun twist to your traditional Mac and Cheese. If your feeling adventurous, a touch of truffle oil is a delicious finishing option.
Fresh figs and fennel bring this dish to life.
The savory miso glaze highlights the wonderful richness of fresh salmon.
I was originally inspired to make risotto by family friend Sylvia Sebastiani. I've adapted her recipe over the years and added prawns and a wonderful cheese, crafted by my friend Karen from her Jersey cows raised on the northern California coast.
My Grandmother Nanny made this stuffing every year for our family Thanksgiving dinner and part of the tradition was to use Jimmy Dean pork sausage.
You'll impress your guests with this easy to prepare hearty meal.
A classic and simple dish that will fill your kitchen with savory aromas as it cooks.
Use Meyer lemons as they are sweet and flavorful. You can also make this brisket in your crockpot.
This picture says it all- soul warming!
Easy to prepare in your crockpot for tender and yummy pulled pork.
The wonderful flavors of the northern coast of California.
A succulent sauce that carries some heat, combined with a sweet finish. A great recipe from my friend Mark.
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