with Greg Patent, Award Winning Cookbook Author

Month: September 2012

Fresh Strawberry Soufflé

Fresh Strawberry Soufflé

A soufflé is pure drama.  And it’s one of the proudest achievements of any baker.  The oohs and ahs you’ll get alone will make your spirits soar.  Not to mention the joy of eating your creation. So please believe me when I tell you that […]

Vanilla Bean Cream

Vanilla Bean Cream

Sometimes a little luscious creamy dessert does the trick, especially if one is trying to cut back on carbs.  This week my wife and I decided to try a low carb diet for a week: no bread, pasta, fresh corn.  But we did allow ourselves […]

Treasure State Tropical Bundt® Cake

Treasure State Tropical Bundt® Cake

I am wild about this cake, a buttery, eggy, not-too-sweet pound cake loaded with citrus flavor. Montana is known as the Treasure State, and western Montana, where we live and where the climate is strongly influenced by Pacific coastal weather systems, tends to have milder […]

Fall Strawberries

Fall Strawberries

I used to think of strawberries as only a spring fruit, but in many parts of the country, including Missoula, Montana, where I live, they’re a fall crop as well.  And right now we expect to be in strawberry heaven through September.  Yippeee!

Edith Green My First TV Cooking Teacher

Edith Green My First TV Cooking Teacher

Julia Child may be the most famous TV cooking teacher, but she wasn’t the first.  TV cooking shows began in the 1940s when the medium was in its infancy, and they really caught on with the public.  These popular shows, for the most part, were […]