I wrote about this a year and a half ago and I want to encourage you to try it. It gets better every time I make it. Smoking a brisket is not like baking a cake. It is not exact. The constant is, bring the internal temperature of the meat … [Read more...] about Brisket, Smoked Whole for Fourth of July.
Several weeks ago I purchased some beautiful, recently harvested red onions at the farm market. For last Friday night's dinner … [Read more...] about French Roast, Slow Cooked with Red Onion Confit
It is Jersey Shore time for me. I am here in historic Elberon, New Jersey, one block from the Atlantic ocean enjoying family , friends, and cuisine, while we shop until we drop and try some new kosher restaurants. The devastation … [Read more...] about News From The Jersey Shore
Pesach begins this year on Monday night sundown the 25th of March. My mother, Nona, god bless her, made us get up early and have that last little bit of Chametz for breakfast … [Read more...] about Passover 2013 Menu
A few weeks ago we started our annual winter/spring visits to the Palm Springs area in order to satisfy our compulsion to play golf. Why golf you might ask? Golf is … [Read more...] about Barbecue Brisket