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  1. Tuscan Spinach with Raisins

    Tuscan Spinach with Raisins

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    • Tomatoes Provençale

      Tomatoes Provençale

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      • Three-Cheese Chicken Roulades for Two

        Three-Cheese Chicken Roulades for Two

          John Scheepers
          Bantam, CT

          Chicken roulades of all sorts have been a passion of mine. They're a great way to use sautéed vegetables of all kinds. I like to sauté different combinations of vegetables in advance and freeze them in 2 cup portions. Then, when I want to make chicken roulades on a work night, I just pop a bag out of the freezer. Quick, easy and delicious.

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      • Thai Peanut Noodle Salad

        Thai Peanut Noodle Salad

          The Stonewall Kitchen Cookbook

          A wonderful specialty foods catalog, Stonewall Kitchen has a mouth-watering array of exceptional jams, jellies, mustards, chutneys and sauces with which to jazz up traditional recipes or create new ones all your own. For their terrific cookbook, condiments or unique kitchen accessories, visit or phone (800) 826-1752 for their catalog. “With a bottle of Roasted Garlic Peanut Sauce in your pantry, this vegetarian dish can be put together in no time. Add a cup or two of sliced cooked chicken, left-over sliced steak or cooked shrimp, as you wish.”

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      • Thai Butternut Squash Soup

        Thai Butternut Squash Soup

          Kitchen Garden Seeds
          Bantam, CT

          We adore puréed Butternut Squash soup in all different sorts of ways. This version turns the heat up a little or a lot depending on the preference of you and your family.
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      • Sweet Corn Chowder with Tarragon and Applewood Smoked Bacon

        Sweet Corn Chowder with Tarragon and Applewood Smoked Bacon

          Per Se
          10 Columbus Circle
          4th Floor
          New York
          Phone: (212) 823-9335

          Per Se, the highly anticipated restaurant from renowned chef Thomas Keller, opened February 2004 in Columbus Circle’s Time Warner Center complex. Through his latest culinary enterprise, Keller brings his distinctive hands-on approach from Napa Valley’s The French Laundry to New York City, reflecting his intense focus on detail, extending not only to cuisine, but to presentation, mood and surroundings.

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      • Sweet and Sour Leeks

        Sweet and Sour Leeks

          Cucina Fresca is a wonderful cookbook that emphasizes the importance of using abundant, fresh vegetables to create beautiful foods simply for family and friends. One of our favorite leek recipes, it is wonderful hot or cold as an accompaniment to grilled fish or meats. (Available through your local book store or

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      • Sugar Snap Pasta Primavera

        Sugar Snap Pasta Primavera

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        • Strawberry Yogurt Mousse

          Strawberry Yogurt Mousse

            My husband Sander's favorite desserts are those that are light, like this Strawberry Yogurt Mousse. Compared to other mousse recipes, it's easy to make and it has yogurt in it and doesn't have a lot of sugar so it feels more healthy.

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        • Strawberry Topping

          Strawberry Topping

            Back in the 1980s, Alice Wiegand gave me the recipe for her Strawberry Shortcake topping. It was the best, most explosive essence-of-Strawberry taste that I'd ever experienced. Since then, I adapted it slightly, adding the lemon juice and the Triple Sec. I make it every year, the same day that I pick my Strawberries. I freeze most of it, but I always bake little shortcakes to enjoy it that very night with a dollop of brown sugar-sweetened whipped cream. It's wonderful over almost everything~homemade cheesecake, our Molten Ginger-Lemon Cakes, shortcakes and ice cream.
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        • Strawberry Spinach Salad

          Strawberry Spinach Salad

            2005 Award Winning Recipe!

            Karen’s over-the-top exclamations about this salad turn out to have been understatements. “It is so good”, according to Karen, “that you will want it for breakfast, lunch and dinner!” We do. Karen adores her gardens, sheep and Japanese Chin dogs as if they were all her children. Her husband Gary Hayre is a willing gardening accomplice and an ice wine maker extraordinaire.

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        • Strawberry Simple Syrup

          Strawberry Simple Syrup

            For delicious drinks on special occasions through the winter, bring back the incredible taste of just-picked Strawberries by making this easy simple syrup. A little splash can be added to club soda or champagne. Or, you can make an adult beverage: vodka or tequila (2 ounces), Strawberry Purée (1 ounce), Strawberry Simple Syrup (1/2 ounce), lime juice (1/2 ounce) and club soda (1 ounce): in an ice-filled cocktail mixer, shake and strain into a glass filled with crushed ice.

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