Recipes, creative cooking ideas and food photography from the author of the Taste of Tucson and Sprinkles! Cookbooks
Apparently, in the olden days, every casino in Las Vegas offered a $1.
To demonstrate the various ways that a recipe can be modified I came up with two versions of Johnny Marzetti based on the original recipe which I also posted below.
This is a healthy and extremely flavorful way to dress up boneless skinless chicken breasts.
Recipe for red wine soaked sausages in creamy, cheesy pasta, using either plant-based or meat sausages and egg noodles.
A craft cocktail made with Earl Grey tea and whisky muddled with pomegranate seeds, finished with bitters and fresh ground pepper.
This no-recipe recipe is my tribute dog to Sweathog, Vinnie Barbarino.
The Taste of Tucson cookbook features recipes from 16 local restaurant chefs in addition to my own recipes.
At the urging of my friends and family, I've put together a new blog of easy, healthy and hopefully fun recipes that I've developed over the years.
In Arizona we tend to forgo the green beer in favor of a lovely pale green margarita on St.
It took me forever to figure out how to make a thin crust pizza at home.
I documented some of the food that I saw people eating this year at the Pima County Fair.
Recipe for a beautiful blue ice cream soda for adults made with fresh fruit muddled with wine coolers and ice cream.
My Mexican Day of the Dead house was inspired by the sugar skulls that typically signify the holiday.
Ideas for fun and easy ways to add sprinkles to your holiday creations, including these sparkling DIY Sprinkles Sugar Cubes for champagne cocktails.
Sprinkles Food Network column by Jackie Alpers.
I had a wonderful time doing this interview for the magnificent Bakepedia, written by the equally magnificent Lauren Chattman.
I made fancy sprinkles covered Easter eggs, and you can too.
Celebrate spring with hand-painted watercolor flower cookies.
Explore ways to celebrate life's everyday special occasions with cakes decorated with supermarket standards.