Polenta Souffle Recipe from Chef Jonathan Power of The Populist

Recently the hubby and I had a date night out at The Populist, a small farm-to-table restaurant at 31st and Larimer in Denver. The food and the atmosphere was excellent as well as the awesome staff. I know most of you aren’t from Denver but service is an issue in many of the restaurants here, so when…

Roasted Golden Beet Salad with Dijon Vinaigrette

Simplicity. What appears as the easiest dish to make in both ingredients and tastes is often the hardest to get right. Simple dishes generally combine just a few ingredients and yet are able to blow you away with the combination of flavors. I love simple dishes. Traveling to Italy introduced me to simplicity at its finest. We…

Southwestern Twice Baked Potatoes

The holiday season is always busy with parties, get-togethers, celebrating and just getting ready, no matter which version of the holiday you celebrate. So I thought that I would share not only a fast and easy recipe but one that is cost effective as well. It also has the advantage of being easily sized to…

Tomato and Eggplant Galette

After flipping through my Favorites, looking at recipes that I’ve bookmarked along the way, I have come to the conclusion that the list is much too long. I love creating new food and look at the creations of others and working on new techniques but this is a little crazy. It would seem to be…

Springtime Pasta

The freshness of asparagus and green peas always speaks of spring to me.  Toss in some herbs and pasta, it’s even better. The dish I’m going to share today comes from MyRecipes.com, complete with my changes.  Their recipe for Creamy Spring Pasta was such a gorgeous looking dish I had to give it a try…