Savor the Food
In this cookbook you will find main courses, side dishes, soups and salads. Oh, and not to forget dessert. We wouldn't want that cup of coffee to be lonely. Read more...
In this cookbook you will find main courses, side dishes, soups and salads. Oh, and not to forget dessert. We wouldn't want that cup of coffee to be lonely.
I love to cook, but I do have a passion for baking. People say a lot when they are eating something you cooked. But when they savor your cooked food or baked goods, it's the emotions their face is showing that says it all. That's why I came up with, "FOOD IS THE PICTURE OF A 1000 WORDS”–CHEF RANDALL.
I have invited many people to my home to show my hospitality through what comes out of my kitchen and is put before them at the dining table. But now I wish to share my experiences at cooking and baking with the world; with others who also have a passion for cooking and in return share the passion with others.
Thank you in advance for purchasing a copy of "Savor the Food".
Rosemary Chicken and Sundried Tomatoes with Linguini
Carrot Coconut Bread
Chocolate Raspberry Cookie Delights
Double Chocolate Cheesecake
Thai Chicken with Linguini
Ranch Spinach Pasta Salad
Asian Chicken Salad
Sour Cream Blueberry Banana Cheesecake
Eggnog Cheesecake Bars
Fresh Strawberry Yogurt Cake
Spicy Chorizo and Bean Soup
Coconut and Butternut Squash Soup
Apple Mango and Radish Salad
Garlic Linguine with Seared Shrimp
Wild Rice and Cranberries
Almond Brickle Cheesecake
Blueberry and White Chocolate Bread Pudding
Pineapple Shortbread Delights
Shrimp and Mango Salsa
Acorn Squash with Mixed Fruit and Almonds
Fruit and Nut Sensation
Simple and Easy Beef Stir-Fry with Coconut Milk
Roasted Butternut Squash Pears and Cranberries
Banana Almond Chocolate Bread
Bacon Wrapped Green Beans
Brown Sugar Finger Wings
Grilled Chicken and Orange Skewers
Lemon Artichoke Chicken
Chocolate Mexican Coffee Cake
Zesty Herb Chicken Salad with Almonds and Cranberry
Chicken and Goat Cheese Spinach Pasta
Asian Rice with Almonds
Rosemary Chicken and Sundried Tomatoes with LinguiniI like all of the ingredients that are in this recipe. I never had sun-dried tomatoes before. So I looked for some ideas and found one that used skinless chicken thighs and to serve over spaghetti. But I changed things up, as I always do. I replaced the thighs for skinless chicken breasts and linguini. I was thinking of a savory name to give my dish...and we got "Rosemary Chicken and Sun-dried Tomatoes with Linguini". Hope you enjoy!!
Thai Chicken with LinguiniI was eating at the Cheese Cake Factory on afternoon, but I don't recall what I had for lunch. But for dessert I did have a huge piece of Apple Strudel cheese cake. While I was looking over the menu I seen a dish that looked good. I thought I am going to make my own. It was The Cheese Cake Factories version of Chicken Linguini. I bought some chicken breast, penuts, penut sauce, carrots,celery and some linguini and I make my own Thia Chicken with Linguini.
Ranch Spinach Pasta SaladI got the idea for this recipe from the Suddenly Pasta Salad. The box already has pasta and a seasoning pack. You just cook the pasta and the packet and usually 1/2 to 1 cup mayo. But I don't like to cook from a box if I can help it. So I made my own from scratch. The dressing not a packet but real ingredients. Cajun spice, Greek yogurt and lemon juice for the dressing. I even added chicken sausage. Making it a meal and not just a pasta salad.
Pineapple Shortbread DelightsIf you like Lemon Bars with shortbread, these will be one of your favorites too.
Shrimp and Mango SalsaThis salsa can be served as an appetizer with corn chips, while your dinner guests wait for you to finish up in the kitchen with dinner.
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Hi my name is Randall and I love to cook and bake. My passion is designing food. Taste matters but so does color. It’s my way to be different; color is attractive to the human eye. When we smell something good along with the colors mixed in the prepared dish, your mouth and saliva glands are ready to eat. In this cookbook you will find main courses, side dishes, soups and salads. Oh, and not to forget dessert. We wouldn't want that cup of coffee to be lonely. I love to cook, but I do have a passion for baking. People say a lot when they are eating something you cooked. But when they savor your cooked food or baked goods, it's the emotions their face is showing that says it all. That's why I came up with, "FOOD IS THE PICTURE OF A 1000 WORDS”–CHEF RANDALL. I have invited many people to my home to show my hospitality through what comes out of my kitchen and is put before them at the dining table. But now I wish to share my experiences at cooking and baking with the world; with others who also have a passion for cooking and in return share the passion with others. Thank you in advance for purchasing a copy of "Savor the Food". Chef Randall