December 10, 2016 Leave a comment
side dishes for the holiday dinners
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December 10, 2016 Leave a comment
Just in time for the holidays a festive spin on a classic dish simple everyday dish. This recipe is guarantied winner for your holiday party. This dish can be should be nestled beautifully between the cranberry sauce and the stuffing to add pop to the holiday dinner table. The recipe
first make the dressing by whisking together in large mix bowl the mayo, sugar, vinegar and pepper. set aside in refrigerator to chill for at least a hour or until chilled. then add the remaining ingredients toss generously place in refrigerator to chill about 20 min. garnish with cranberries and nuts. Good eating and Happy Holidays
November 28, 2016 Leave a comment
This Thanksgiving the mac & cheese was award wining, I know! Everyone calms to have the best mac & cheese recipe of all time. The older the recipe meaning “the further it is handed down” would lead one to believe the better it has to be good. I will let you be the judge with this fail proof recipe. This recipe is my own not mom’s, not grand mom’s!
pre heat oven to 350
First in a pot large enough to hold cook pasta following instructions on box. Set aside save water from pasta for next step. Next in a large skillet over medium heat butter and flour to make roux using the reserved water from pasta. about 1-1/2 cups (this will help the roux to thicken). add heavy cream and cheese one bag at a time save one for topping mix over low heat until all cheese is melted and sauce is smooth. in large mixing bowl add pasta then pour cheese sauce and eggs stir gently until well mixed. Pour in sprayed pan or casserole top with cheese and bake at 350 or until dish is stiff or cheese has light brown top about 30-45min.
Tell them you got it from Chef L. Copeland. Thecopelandcateringgroupinc.
November 23, 2016 Leave a comment
FOR MY THANKSGIVING DRESSING
This year I will be breaking away from the traditional receipt to try something new and exploring my creative culinary mind. Using fresh complementing herbs and self made spices and infused oil blends to add depth, contrast and flavors that will awaken taste buds.
this year thanksgiving dinner will be held at my sister-in-laws house , were we do a “pot luck” style ceremony gathering. Every one brings a dish or two for the feasting. this year I was nominated to do dressing, being a chef I am always excited to be inn the kitchen especially when I get to put my twist on a classic receipt like Holiday Dressing.
heat oven to 350 f
medium dice onions,celery, mushrooms, and carrots separate. ruff chop pecans set aside. Core and slice apple then cut into shoe string strips set aside
heat butter with thyme,sage, and rosemary in 3qt. sauce pan over medium heat. add onion, mushrooms, celery, and carrots. cook until vegetables are tender.
meanwhile heat broth over low heat, at the same time its warming up in a large mix bowl add stuffing mix then mix in cook vegetables, apples, cran-berries and pecans. pour in melted butter and broth.
pour in casserole bake 30 min. or until heated..
August 7, 2016 Leave a comment
Can some one please help lead my to the best plan for my blog?
I have had this account for almost 2 years now, with out much use for it or should I say “been to busy to sit down to share a good receipt “. Well I am back with a pleather of choice cuisines from around the world with easy follow instructions and photos.
I have learned a lot about different cultures and the foods they eat throughout my culinary journey’s and endeavors. I am not the best blogger or story writer – but like wine I hope to get better with time and help from my readers. My aim is to be the most improved blogger for 2017!!!!! Good readings
Chef L. Copeland and The Copeland Catering group Inc.
August 3, 2015 1 Comment
Dew to lack of time I have not been attentive to my blog, sorry !
I have found a new job which hopefully you give me set day’s off.
Now , hopefully I can spend sometime well needed polishing up my blogging skills.
I will be work on improving photography skill set as well, wish I had a better camera.
I guess this lil point and shoot will have to work for now until I can afford a better one.
anyone willing to donate any used or new camera unwanted photography equipment it will surly be appreciated.
I will also be selling cakes, pies, breads and varies bake good’s to go with lunch special’s on Mondays and Tuesday’s
I will be posting photographs with prices.
orders must be place one week in advance.
Thank you and have a Bless day.
Cucumber 8 oz.
Plain yogurt 1 pt.
Salt 1 tsp.
Pepper 1 tsp
Cayenne ¼ tsp.
Cumin ½ tsp.
Peel, seed and grate cucumber
Whip yogurt until smooth
Fold in all ingredients well