Author Archives: Debra Dubief

Smoked Salmon Creme Fraiche Quiche

Smoked Salmon Crème Fraîche Quiche Recipe

Not only does Megan Gordon make some of the best granola (Marge) on the planet, in her spare time she writes the amazing blog, A Sweet Spoonful, and last year… Continue


Leeks Braised with Thyme

Braised leeks are meltingly creamy with a delicate flavor that is wonderful alongside so many things. The butter, liquids and herbs can be switched out to suit your meal or… Continue

Pumpkin Cinnamon Rolls Recipe

This recipe may look like quite a project, but it’s really three recipe in one – the dough, the filling and the glaze. Besides, you won’t be complaining when it’s… Continue


Streusel-Topped Rhubarb and Strawberry Pie

With tart rhubarb on the scene, nothing pairs better than sweet strawberries. Don’t want to go through all the hassle of making an interlacing piecrust top? Use this great streusel… Continue

Sorrel is on the Rise

We’re finally beginning to see some of the quintessential green things that tell us spring really is on its way. I know, technically it’s been here for a few weeks,… Continue

Meyer Lemon and Chocolate Tart

Is there a better way to showcase last of the season Meyer lemons than pair it with delicious dark chocolate? We think not. If the full tart recipe is just… Continue

A Good Day for Pi(e)

I don’t know anyone who doesn’t love some kind of pie, but I do know plenty of people with absolutely no affection for π or pi. For this reason I… Continue

“Uhnda Presha” – Pressure Cooker Italian Bean Soup Recipe

I’m not sure how one would phonetically spell the title of the 80’s Queen/David Bowie hit, but I will probably forever hear it in Bowie’s melodic British accent. And it… Continue

A Gem of an Orange: Blood Orange Vinaigrette Recipe

You can’t help but love blood oranges, if only for their deep russet red hues and rich burgundy flesh. But with perfume like a strawberry, the tang of a raspberry… Continue

With Cooked Squash, You’re Golden – Curried Squash Soup with Crab Recipe

One of my favorite things about winter veggies is the many varieties of sweet, golden squash that seemingly are always available when it’s cold. Lately though, I’ve noticed that the… Continue