Soufflé was in the finals of my culinary school test, a dish that was so intimidating AND I had to make it without a recipe. Somehow I got through it (and so did the soufflé), but that traditional soufflé was tricky. The recipe here is easy, for everyone who loves and wants to make soufflé. Continue Reading →
This dish—featuring ribbons of carrot masquerading as pasta in a cream sauce reminiscent of Fettuccine Alfredo—is a great way to get kids of all ages eating more vegetables. It is a perfect side dish or Meatless Monday Main.
It is crazy to me how many people say they don’t like cooked carrots. I think this recipe created by Sara Moulton from her 4th cookbook; Home Cooking 101 – How to Make Everything Taste Better is a game changer. Continue Reading →
I really could just stop there, but there is always a story behind every recipe.
I was recently invited to the soft opening of Flemings Steakhouse & Wine Bar in Pasadena, part of a chain established 1998 by Paul Fleming and Bill Allen.
What really sets Flemings apart from the other steak houses is the excellent service in addition to delicious food. Continue Reading →
Late every summer, huge displays pop up in grocery stores all across the U.S as a monument to the praiseworthy pepper that’s harvested in Hatch, New Mexico known as the Hatch Chile.
I am a relatively new “Hatch Head” thanks to Melissa’s Produce, who introduced them to me several years ago. Since then, I have become hooked on their meaty, peppery & smoky flavor. Continue Reading →
Artichokes have eluded me for years because I wasn’t confident with cutting them. Not anymore, thanks to Cara Mangini’s The Vegetable Butcher: How to Select, Prep, Slice, Dice, and Masterfully Cook Vegetables from Artichokes to Zucchini.
Cara demystifies the world of vegetables with her butchery basics. This comprehensive guide to buying, storing, prepping, and cooking vegetables will help you at the grocery store, farmers’ market, and in the kitchen. It may also encourage you to try vegetables you’ve never eaten or cooked before, like cardoons and sunchokes. Continue Reading →
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She Paused 4 Thought
Welcome to She Paused 4 Thought, a place to explore recipes, travel the world and laugh along the way. Since graduating from New School of Cooking, I love experimenting with food locally and globally. Enjoy!