What’s for dinner?
“What’s for dinner?” is the most important question you ask yourself every day.
Research shows that people who cook and spend time at the table are healthier and happier at home and work.
Cook for health. Share the table for community.
Are you ready to transform your life? It only takes a moment!
Fill your table experience with A Savory Moment and Chef Sandra’s cooking techniques, tips, tricks, and recipes!
Entice your tastebuds with a turmeric egg salad! It’s everything that makes a traditional egg salad wonderful with mayonnaise, Dijon mustard, and red onion with a fun twist of turmeric, paprika, and cayenne. It’s not your grandmother’s egg salad, but we think she’d like it!read more
Learn how to perfectly boil the incredible, edible egg. Don’t suffer the sulfuric stink or unsightly green ring of an overdone boiled egg. With these steps you’ll enjoy one of the most economical and versatile foods packed with nutrition, the beautiful egg.read more
How to flavor food is an important kitchen skill and your senses are your best guide. If you’ve primarily eaten a lot of fresh or processed foods, you will need to train your palate to enjoy a variety of natural flavors. Be bold in trying new foods and flavor combinations.read more
Take your tastebuds oceanside with a weeknight meal of crab cakes. Make it a family affiar to prep and form the crab cakes together. One bite of these delcious cakes of lumpy crab meat and herbs and you’ll be hooked.read more
Nothing screams spring like fresh asparagus. Roasted asparagus cooks in a flash and is easy to prep. It makes an elegant presentation, and looks like you slaved (not!) in the kitchen.read more
There’s no more effective way to pour good things into the life of children (or another adult) than sharing a meal that everyone has a hand in preparing. Here’s a few ideas on how to make sharing the table a priority.read more
Take a “staycation” on a weeknight to the Far East. This is a quick, easy, and delicious dinner that can easily involve the whole family. Made from buckwheat flour, soba noodles are naturally gluten-free (make sure you buy 100% buckwheat noodles), high in fiber, and contain all the amino acids you need for good health.read more
Capture the brightness and energy of spring with a Raspberry Walnut Vinaigrette. This combination is super simple and super flavorful. Use it on salads, meats, or fish. Substitute the basalmic with a red wine vinegar for a lighter flavor.read more
Learn how a good home cook can be just as organized and efficient in the kitchen as a professional chef with mise en place. Being organized means more time leftover for the most important activity in life – sharing the table.read more
Try this simple and flavorful maple-bourbon ham glaze. It will fill your home with aromas while it cooks and delight your guests at the table. You’ll feel like you’re living high on the hog. And remember that what is truly luxurious is sharing the table with those you love.read more