The day after our “A Taste of Asia” cooking class, I looked in the refrigerator. I had some leftover Asian sticky rice staring me in the face. I had a bottle of Smoky Date ”Not Ketchup”. My sweetie had brought home a piece of salmon shrink wrapped on the recognizable white foam tray. Hmmm. What to make for dinner? You know the feeling, I’m sure. Well out of nowhere, inspiration hit and look what I created. (more…)
We made Vegetable Pot Stickers, aka as Japanese gyoza at our “A Taste of Asia” Cooking Class during the Chinese New Year. Making Pot Stickers can be therapeutic. These Pot Stickers had a new companion…”Not Ketchup” dipping sauces. (more…)
Simple ingredients often make the best meals. That’s what I like about this pizza made on a boat with few tools and pizza toppings in the Sea of Cortez.
Last week I had a dream vacation aboard friends Kurt and Susan’s yacht. We cruised the Sea of Cortez out of La Paz, Mexico on the Baja Peninsula. This is an area I had not explored before and we had some amazing experiences. Beautiful turquoise water. Snorkeling. Sunsets. White Sand Beaches. Sea Shells. Sea Turtles. Flying Manta Rays…yes, really!
Whales…babies and mommies. Amazing Food. Fresh Food…maybe not in a Flash. Heck, we had plenty of time for cooking delicious meals aboard the beautiful Nordhavn Yacht, Endurance. (more…)
After a day’s work, you want a meal on the table fast. Feed your family something they will rave about. Put your feet up and relax. Here’s a cooking class for you. Meals in Minutes! Delicious freshly made Meals in Minutes. Real Fresh Food in a Flash. (more…)
Who doesn’t love a good New England Clam Chowder. Creamy. Salty, from the sea. Smooth, with chunks of meaty clams and the surprise as you bite into America’s favorite vegetable, the lowly potato. (more…)
Patricia Rose travels the world through her Westchester cooking classes. That’s what the Argonaut newspaper wrote after interviewing me for the story in this week’s issue serving the local Westchester to Santa Monica audience in the Los Angeles area.
I was thrilled to have our cooking classes at the Holy Nativity Community Hall featured this week in the Argonaut newspaper. Have a look. http://argonautnews.com/dishes-with-a-dash-of-culture/ The picture in the story came from our Soups, Stews and Bread class last January. (more…)
If you are looking for something to shake up your dinner repertoire, this African Peanut Stew is it! This unique Fresh Food in a Flash recipe filled with vegetables will have your family asking for more of this healthy dish. On top of delicious, it’s super easy to make. A one-pot meal. What more do you want? Maybe some biscuits or fresh made bread to go with it? OK, check out my One-Minute French Baguette Dough for another delicious twist. (more…)