Chilled Cantaloupe Soup with Fresh Chantilly Cream- A Perfect Summer Starter or Dessert!

  This delicious, refreshing soup works great as a starter, as well as for dessert, especially during the summer months when the weather is hot and the likelihood of finding a ripe, sweet, delicious melon is greater. Serves 4 Ingredients: … Continue reading

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Pasta with Smoked Salmon Pink Sauce, Perfect for Brunch!

Pasta with Smoked Salmon Pink Sauce Perfect for Brunch! Serves 2-3 Ingredients 1/2 pound imported Italian pasta (or fresh pasta) 1 tablespoon butter 4 ounces Smoked Salmon 1 cup tomato sauce (previously made or store bought) handful fresh basil 1/2 … Continue reading

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Pasta “Scampi” with Ripe Tomatoes and Shrimp

Pasta “Scampi” with Ripe Tomatoes and Shrimp Serves 2-3 Ingredients 1/2 pound imported Italian pasta 1/2 pound Shrimp, peeled, deveined. 2 cups ripe cherry or grape tomatoes 3 tbsp extra virgin olive oil, additional for drizzle off the heat at … Continue reading

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Chef Christopher Covelli’s Stromboli Recipe

Christopher Covelli Chef Chris’ Stromboli Pizza dough (that yields 2 16 inch pizza’s) 6 oz. sliced salami 6 oz. sliced pepperoni (salsiccia picante) 6 oz. sliced Spanish chorizo 12 oz. shredded mozzarella (or more cheese if you’d like) Cooking instruction … Continue reading

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GOLF KITCHEN RECIPE: Dungeness Crab Salad by Scott Pikey, Executive Chef at Mayacama Club, Sonoma, CA

DUNGENESS CRAB SALAD Recipe and photography courtesy of Golf Kitchen, by Diana DeLucia. Recipe by Scott Pikey, Executive Chef at Mayacama Golf Club, Sonoma County, California, USA featured in Golf Kitchen. As a strategic partner, we are proud to bring … Continue reading

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