This summer, my husband’s brother treated us to some wild-caught Silver Salmon (also called Coho Salmon) he’d brought back from a recent trip to Alaska. This is the second time he’s gifted us fish from his adventures, and it is always exciting to cook with …
Last year I hosted my very first Thanksgiving Dinner at our house. Just a small dinner with our daughters and their families. So, at age 55, I began searching for turkey recipes. Yes, I have roasted turkeys before — the very simple kind, rubbed with butter and roasted in a plastic baking bag. But for this first Thanksgiving Dinner, I wanted to do something extra special to the turkey. With my eldest daughters’ urging, I decided on a Lemon and Herb-Brined Roasted Turkey. Continue reading Lemon and Herb-Brined Roasted Turkey
Tuna with Parsley and Capers is a delicious and easy way to prepare tuna steaks. The parsley, caper, and lemon sauce enhances the flavor of the tuna remarkably well and gives this simple dish stunning appeal that you would expect from fine dining.
To end the month of August, I wanted to share another lemon recipe that we really love. Glazed Lemon Pound Cake is a refreshing dessert to serve with tea or following your evening meal.
Nothing represents summer better than a lemon dessert, and this Lemon Cake with Lemon Buttercream Frosting is a perfect choice for a summer gathering or potluck. Three layers of moist, lightly lemon-flavored cake, topped with a citrusy buttercream frosting that will have you licking your …
I love making Lemon-Thyme Pound Cake in the spring and summer months. This is a deliciously moist cake for you to try with some fresh garden herbs. Plus, you can bake it in loaf form or in mini Bundt pans–which are especially sweet for a tea party! Continue reading Lemon-Thyme Pound Cake