Hello. My name is Jay former Chef and Le Cordon Bleu graduate. I would like to share those experiences and food adventures translating the fine dining cuisine to the home cook, with simple and easy to create.

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  • Roasted Bruschetta
    on Feb 27, 2012
    I know it's winter but hey it's Bruschetta, it's fresh, light and satisfying. It's a simple straight forward dish that you can whip up in a jiffy. Most of the components you might already have. First, tomatoes, any will do. fresh garlic, fresh basil...
  • Cream Curry Soup
    on Feb 27, 2012
    A nice soup for either summer or winter, hot or chilled. It is a quick and simple soup to make. All you need are the following: Mise en place. Serves 6 4tbs. Curry powder (yellow, green or red it doesn't matter) whatever suits your taste. 2-3 tsp.
  • Yakitori with Curry Dust
    on Feb 27, 2012
    Happy New Year! I hope everyone enjoyed the holidays. This is my version of Yakitori. Yakitori usually skewered and grilled meats, I used Asparagus spears. Asparagus typically a spring vegetable but I splurged a little. The recipe is a vari...
  • Seared Rib Eye of Beef, Chimichurri Sauce and Polenta with Roasted Jalapeno. Citrus Vinaigrette Salad
    on Feb 27, 2012
    Here is another great first course. This first course is simple but the flavor profile has a rustic elegance yet gives a certain height of complexity. Great anytime but especially during the colder months of the year. The polenta used here came in a...
  • Spicy Shrimp in Honey Cayenne Glaze and Asparagus, Pepper Salad with Dijon Sauce
    on Feb 27, 2012
    Here is a salad that sure will delight your guests. If Asparagus is not available use Haricot Verts (French bean) or green bean. Any bell pepper will do ( I just had these on hand). The shrimp I used were 21-30's or  so, cleaned and de-veined.
  • Beef Kabob with Tzatziki
    on Feb 27, 2012
    Here is something you can do with ground beef other than a burger, though this would be a nice burger as well, I will show you at the end of the post. Most good Chefs and cooks always use as much of a product as possible and come up with variations u...
  • Cucumber Couli
    on Feb 27, 2012
    I love this dish. You can have this as a starter or finish a meal with this dish. Great, refreshing anytime and so easy , plus it helps to cleanse your palette. Mis en place: serves 6 1 whole cucumber 1c granulated sugar 3 c plain yogurt 2 c simple...
  • Lemon Soup with Pork
    on Feb 27, 2012
    What the...My Mom made this dish all the time and I love it, you can find other variations throughout southeast Asia. Some call this Tom Yum Goong, Filipinos call it Sinigang. I call it home. This recipe is quite healthy due to the fact that NO salt...
  • Prosciutto and Onion Confit Wrap Salad with Garlic Ranch
    on Feb 27, 2012
    Super easy, inexpensive and quick to make. Make sure that when you purchase the prosciutto that it is an imported brand and sliced "paper" thin and half the deli associate use paper between slices to prevent the thin slices from sticking to one anoth...
  • Chicken Satay with Garlic Yogurt Sauce
    on Feb 27, 2012
    Now this is super tasty, easy to make and cost effective. This is my version of Satay. To bring more flavor try grilling the chicken. I use thighs instead of breast for more flavor. Breast can be used to cut down on overall fat. Mis En Place (serve...
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