Hungarian Rhapsody at the Four Seasons Gresham Restaurant

2013-10-09T07:14:13+00:00 October 9th, 2013|Entree, Recipes, Restaurant Reviews|

When have you ever asked someone about their favorite cuisine and had the answer be "Hungarian"?  All that is about to change for me!  Tonight we had the pleasure of dining at the the Budapest Four Seasons Gresham Restaurant.  The [...]

Venture Into a New Teambuilding Experience with “Cook the Part”

2013-09-20T18:03:38+00:00 September 20th, 2013|Menus and Memories, Team Cooking|

Killu Sanborn Organizes VC Cooking Event By Killu Sanborn Now this is the way to have a business dinner! The night before BIOCOM VC Day in San Diego, we got a handful of life science investors from San [...]

A Garden in the Table: The Stocksee Park and Garden Show

2013-06-30T11:03:37+00:00 June 30th, 2013|Menus and Memories|

Every June in the small village of Stocksee in Schleswig-Holstein (the northernmost of the sixteen states of Germany), you will find the Park and Garden Show. This is nothing like our fairs in the US. There is an [...]

Empellón Cocina: Mexican with a Twist

2013-05-31T02:42:04+00:00 May 31st, 2013|Appetizers, Recipes, Restaurant Reviews|

We recently had the great pleasure, while visiting New York City, to have an early dinner at Empellón Cocina, a new restaurant recommended by Gavin Kaysen for their creative interpretation of Mexican Cuisine.  We were curious about the meaning of [...]

Carnitas Means “Little Meats” and Big Flavor

2013-04-15T08:44:36+00:00 April 15th, 2013|Entree, Recipes|

Roasted Pork Shoulder for Carnitas We love Mexican cuisine, everything from fish tacos to chicken mole to the traditional Chiles en nogada. This weekend we made carnitas. This dish requires a pork shoulder. Naturally, in Costco fashion, the [...]