The World’s Best Waldorf Salad & a little history

The Word’s Best Waldorf Salad The Waldorf salad was first created between 1893 and 1896 at the Waldorf Hotel in New York City (the precursor of the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel, which came into being with the merger of the Waldorf with the adjacent Astoria Hotel, opened in 1897). Oscar Tschirky, who was the Waldorf’s maître d’hôtel…

Rate this:

Picture Perfect Pie: Crunchy Buttery Charleston Pecan

Pecan has always been a tremendous favorite of mine. I don’t need a holiday to make it, but Thanksgiving is when I find myself preparing it most. My go to recipe is one that I found many moons ago while dining at a, then popular, restaurant in Charleston, South Carolina called “Poogan’s Porch.” That night I…

Rate this:

Tuscan Turkey Tetrazzini

Here’s one more luscious recipe for your Thanksgiving leftover turkey. We smoked a 17 pounder, and had abundance so I could not omit one of my favorite turkey recipes. This formula is versatile and tuna can be substituted for other times of the year. It’s creamy, slightly cheesy and true Tuscan fare, through and through. …

Rate this:

USA’s Statewide Recipe Search! Kansas Picks: The Word’s Best Waldorf Salad

The Word’s Best Waldorf Salad The Waldorf salad was first created between 1893 and 1896 at the Waldorf Hotel in New York City (the precursor of the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel, which came into being with the merger of the Waldorf with the adjacent Astoria Hotel, opened in 1897). Oscar Tschirky, who was the Waldorf’s maître d’hôtel…

Rate this:

USA’s Statewide Recipe Search Connecticut’s Pick: Sausage Stuffing Italia!

Sausage Stuffing Italia This mouth-watering recipe can stand up to any out there that include twice the ingredients and are more complex. I make this every year and it’s always perfect with consistent rave results, guest after guest. If you’re not a sausage fan, well make another recipe 😉 That being said, the sausage flavor…

Rate this:

Pick a Perfect Easter Pie: Crunchy Buttery Charleston Pecan

Pecan has always been a tremendous favorite of mine. I don’t need a holiday to make it, but Thanksgiving is when I find myself preparing it most. My go to recipe is one that I found many moons ago while dining at a, then popular, restaurant in Charleston, South Carolina called “Poogan’s Porch.” That night I…

Rate this: