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A handful of tried-and-true, if sometimes unconventional, recipes from a few famously exceptional San Diego entertainers
One thing that stands out in my childhood memories is my dad’s love for banana cake. Whenever it was his birthday, my mom would bake him a Pillsbury banana cake. (By the way, it was the ’70s and boxed cake mixes were the new, big thing.) This banana cake recipe is an adaptation of the…
One thing that stops otherwise intrepid at-home cocktail mixers from tackling more complicated recipes is a lack of available accoutrements that can take an otherwise one-note drink and make it shine. Syrups, in particular, seem daunting to the unacquainted, but as barkeep Dutch House at The Inn at Rancho Santa Fe demonstrates, rather than something…
Award-winning chefs Bernard Guillas and Jeffrey Strauss share their favorite at-home recipes and tips for staying happy during this time of quarantine
I can tell you firsthand that if you serve this addictive dip to guests with delicious, salty potato chips, they will be calling you for the recipe.
The “model gardener” Kelly Emberg and “spice girl” Samantha Binkley welcome us into their homes to share the fruits of their labor and tips for staying well.
I make this preparation often and almost every time I entertain; it’s easy, great for al fresco dining, and always a hit.
“Each time we’ve tried to do something different depending on the season, the guests demand the original version," says Executive Chef Jason Knibb.
The key to this recipe is that they bake better from frozen than they do from fresh — the recipe can be doubled or tripled depending on your freezer space.