Tag Archives: Sauce

Who’s Got Crab Legs?

A client for whom I recently catered a plated luncheon for 12 requested that the menu include shelled Dungeness crab legs served with a mustard aioli—using a specific recipe that she was able to get from a prominent restaurant here in Seattle.

Fresh Dungeness crab is readily available in local seafood markets right now (I get mine from Wild Salmon Seafood at Ballard’s Fishermen’s Terminal), so this seemed like a good time to share the recipe with you too. Continue reading

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Easy Being Green

This is one of my most popular recipes and several of my regular clients often request that I make it for them. It was one of my aunt’s favorites back in the 1960s, and it recently has seen a resurgence in popularity. Continue reading

A New Twist on a Classic: Turkey Meatloaf

I’ve been making this recipe since my friend Julie started a restaurant in the mid-1990s. I worked with her for a couple of months, and she shared some of her recipes with me, including this one for Turkey Meatloaf. Continue reading

Salsa Verde

Here’s an easy recipe for Salsa Verde that makes a great accompaniment for almost any grilled meat—I like it on grilled flank, skirt or tri-tip steak. The photo above was taken at a recent catered party where I served it on steak bites with lightly salted potato chips. Continue reading