All posts by Kyle Alison Cubbon

RECIPE: Megan’s Rolls

Years ago, my niece made rolls for Thanksgiving.  They were light, buttery and sweet.  Multiple generations of my family christened these delights “Megan’s Rolls” and we have been making and devouring them for Thanksgiving ever since. This year, with families separated, Megan’s Rolls were on most of our family tables from California to Pennsylvania. Each

Recipe: HALIBUT WITH LEMON-CAPER SAUCE

We love Halibut but will be the first to agree it can be expensive.  The fish for this recipe can be just about any— grouper, whitefish, cod, etc. Cooking fish is mainly about getting it just right— not too cooked, not too rare.  Remember it will keep cooking once off the heat source. Some like

EDITOR’S NOTE – November 2020

Dear Readers, In this, our last issue for 2020, I’m thinking about a year dominated by Covid-19 – births, deaths, schools, jobs, elections, social activities.  I have maintained a positive attitude with my family, weaving our way through a life of social distancing, masks, handwashing while missing our friends and hugs.  Overall, my family has

Chicken and Potato Gratin with Brown Butter Cream

A friend recently sent me a link to a collection of comforting good recipes compiled by epicurious.com, one of my favorite recipe sites..  I suggested we select one of the recipes and I would make it for both of us.  It didn’t take long to select “Chicken and Potato Gratin with Brown Butter Cream.”  I

Grilled Rack of Lamb with Demi-Glace Butter

Grilled Rack of Lamb with Demi-Glace Butter I made this Food and Wine recipe recently as it stood out in a recent issue of the magazine and certainly caught the attention of my lamb-loving Greek husband. Overall, it was a hit, but I will change a few of the instructions next time. A rack of