Monthly Archives: June 2011

Jun 2011
Pastry Hearts

Pastry hearts can be found in almost every bakery in Buffalo. They are a relatively simple concept – basically you sprinkle puff pastry with cinnamon and sugar, fold, cut and bake. That’s it! The glaze on top is optional, but really, … Continue reading

Posted in Cookies, Dessert | 13 Comments

Jun 2011
Herbed Balsamic Grilled Chicken

One of my favorite ways to make chicken in the summer is to marinate it. There really is nothing easier than throwing a few ingredients in a ziplock bag, letting the chicken marinate for a few hours, then throwing it on … Continue reading

Posted in Chicken, Grilling, Healthy, Main Dish | 5 Comments

Jun 2011
How To: Make Pizza on the Grill

Making pizza on the grill was always something that intimidated me. Perhaps it was the stories of dough falling through the grates, pizzas folding in half when you try to get them off the grill, toppings falling off and lighting on … Continue reading

Posted in Grilling, How To, Main Dish, Pizza | 1 Comment

Jun 2011
Strawberry Banana Puff Pastry Donuts

Donuts seem to be all the rage in the blogging world lately. I keep seeing all sorts of yummy donut recipes, but without a donut pan, what’s a girl to do? I know…I could go buy a donut pan, but I … Continue reading

Posted in Berries, Breakfast, Fruit, Snack | 10 Comments

Jun 2011
Roast Beef on Weck

Roast beef on weck is Buffalo’s quinessential sandwich. Thinly sliced roast beef, dipped in au jus, then piled high on a kummelweck roll makes quite an impreesive sandwich. What exactly is a “weck” roll? Essentially it is a kaiser roll, topped … Continue reading

Posted in Appetizer, Beef, Football Food, Main Dish, Sandwich | 2 Comments

Jun 2011
Baked Buffalo Wings

Ahh Buffalo wings. The heart and soul of every Buffalonian. They can be found at every bar, football tailgate and as a side dish to a large pizza. Every summer in Buffalo there a huge Buffalo Wing Festival, where dozens of … Continue reading

Posted in Appetizer, Chicken, Football Food, Main Dish | 3 Comments