Archive | March, 2014

{Restaurant opening} Uvaggio

Coral Gables has been sorely lacking in the wine department for quite some time. Any true oenophile can tell you that there really isn’t a place where you can sit, relax, and enjoy great wine from unique, boutique wineries. On Tuesday, March 25th this is all going to change when Uvaggio opens its doors. The cozy, […]

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Spring risotto

Today is the first day of Spring and loads of people on social media are pretty excited about it. In Miami, it’s just another warm, humid, sunny day. As a teacher what really excites me is that today is my last day of work for the next ten days. As a home cook what really […]

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Pan-roasted cauliflower wedges with bagna cauda

Bagna cauda (pronounced bahn-yah cow-dah) hails from the northern region of Piedmont in Italy and translates to “hot bath” which is fitting since it is Italy’s version of a warm dip. Oil, butter, anchovies, garlic, and lemon are combined to create a smooth dipping sauce that is often used for cooked vegetables and crudites. It’s always […]

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