Need a caffeinated way to cool off this summer? This. Is. It. Another win for coffee!
Creamy Coffee Ice Pop
Yield: 6 ice pops
1 cup cold brewed coffee (recipe below)
¾ cup heavy cream
1/4 cup granulated sugar
Mix all ingredients until sugar is dissolved and pour into ice pop molds and freeze.
Cold Brewed Coffee
2 1/4 cups coarsely ground coffee
6 cups cold water
Stir to combine, cover and allow to sit at room temperature for 24 hours.
Strain through a fine mesh sieve lined with damp cheesecloth.
Sometimes, you just need to make a coffee cake at 11:22pm so your morning Latte isn’t so lonely. #thinkingahead #latte #baking #coffee #coffeecake #dessert #dessertforbreakfast
It’s National Pancake Day!
Celebrate with my recipe for Blueberry-Ricotta Pancakes. Great Food Starts Fresh. Page 120.
P.S. Someone bring the Lattes…
Kind of an exciting day over here!!!
I just woke up to the news that I was nominated for an Emmy in their new category “Outstanding Culinary Host” for my show Good Food America on Veria Living. Such an honor and I really couldn’t be more excited. Yahooooooo! Let the Lattes flow!
The Spring issue of Celebrity Cooking Magazine is out and guess who is featured alongside The Barefoot Contessa and Ted Allen?!
You’ll find two delicious recipes of mine from Great Food Starts Fresh, including my pan-roasted halibut with salsa verde and asparagus (pictured).
Simply grab your Latte and check out the digital version to flip through the entire spread. (Now that’s my kind of magazine!)
It’s the final installment of a series I did on shopping at your local Farmers Market with America Now and this one pretty much covers it all:
How to pick and store a range of fresh produce.
Latte knows, there is nothing worse than buying a delicious fresh fruit or vegetable and then a few days later seeing it wilted or bruised because of improper storage.
Too avoid that all together, I wanted to share these tips with you!
This Valentine’s day Super-sous surprised me with a trip to Las Vegas.
Now, let me clarify that neither of us are big Vegas people. Gambling, smoking, crowds. These are not our preferred activities.
That said, we wanted a little getaway somewhere that was close, but outside of L.A. and where good food and good deals abound. So… that’s how Vegas came into the picture.
Super-sous wanted us to eat delicious food on Valentine’s day. “Part of our culinary education” were some of the words used to explain the purpose of the trip.
I do believe that we are now both Vegas converts.
We did not have one bad morsel of food. Not one.
For a very special treat, we ate at L’atelier de Joel Robuchon on Valentine’s day, Robuchon’s 1 star Michelin star rated restaurant in Las Vegas. (The less expensive version of his 3 star restaurant in Vegas.)
It may have been on the pricier spectrum of things, but it was worth every single delicious bite. It was a culinary experience to last a lifetime.
If you’re a serious foodie and you have a trip to Vegas somewhere on the horizon, I can’t recommend this restaurant enough. It was a splurge and one that everyone deserves to treat themselves to from time to time.
One of the extra special moments of the dinner was the celebration of our table-neighbor’s birthday. She and her husband spend almost every Valentine’s day/her birthday at L’atelier. We chatted each other up throughout the night and turns out that they know the Executive Pastry chef of the restaurant whom we got to meet (bonus desserts!). They even shared their special birthday cake with us.
It wasn’t the best lighting for pictures, but the obligatory food photos had to be taken. Even of Latte.