Monthly Archives: October 2011

SPICY CARROT AND CORIANDER SOUP

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Carrots.  Loved by children,  adored by adults and Summer, the horse who lives next door.    It starts early in the garden.  This harvesting of carrots.  In the spring pulling sweet, delicious carrots no bigger than my little finger. Washing the … Continue reading

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SWEET-AND-SOUR CAPONATA …. caponata in agrodolce

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This vegetable antipasti is from  my bible of authentic Italian cooking, SILVER SPOON.  SILVER SPOON has been Italy’s best-selling cookbook for over fifty years.  CAPONATA  would make delectable appetizer for your Thanksgiving Dinner.    The rich reds, deep purples, vibrant greens, … Continue reading

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FRESH PLUM TART

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  Our friend and neighbor, Angela, had shared a gorgeous basket of fresh plums.  They came  from her Dad’s garden.   We gorged on these little beauties, standing at the kitchen sink with plum juices running down our arms. I  decided … Continue reading

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THAI RED BEEF CURRY …. an easy to cook, straightforward curry recipe

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  The first time I made this recipe it was so spectacularly delicious the entire dish was consumed by two people.  The Good Husband was even looking for more.  This recipe should absolutely be in your apron pocket.   You could … Continue reading

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THAI RED CURRY WITH CHICKEN AND GREEN BEANS

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  I can not praise this recipe enough.  It is similar to the Thai Red Beef Curry but I have  made some minor changes, and used chicken  in place of the beef,  green beans in place of the broccoli.  It … Continue reading

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ROASTED BUTTERNUT SQUASH WITH SPICED LENTILS, FETA CHEESE, AND WALNUTS

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  The markets are filled with various types of squashes.  They are as beautiful to look at as they are to cook.  This recipe will fill your kitchen with exotic aromas.  You can use pumpkin or sweet potato in place … Continue reading

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TOMATO BASIL SOUP …Roxy’s Bistro’s signature soup

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This soup was such a favorite at ROXY’S BISTRO we would make gallons every week.  It’s a great soup because you can  make twelve months of the year.   There are two important elements.   You use canned tomatoes(but you … Continue reading

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