Michael Davis - The Chef's Cooking School - Page 3 of 4
Michael Davis
Author Archives: Michael Davis

Top-o-the Morning – Recipes

As with so many a tradition, there are warm thoughts of these dishes.  I grew to enjoy Soda Bread, a cross between a  scone and a biscuit is how I would describe it.  I enjoy the bread, buttered and grilled, slightly toasted and warm.  A hint of raisin break the crumb and the dry texture […]

Continue reading

Memorial Day Weekend

Memorial DayThere is no greater love than this when one lays down his life for another. It is hard to refute the fact that if someone puts their life in harm’s way on your behalf that it would be tough to show a greater act of affection than this. Memorial Day is just this, the […]

Continue reading

Cinco De Mayo, Unforgettable

Cinco De MayoCinco De Mayo is celebrated as a holiday that derived in Mexico. It was the result of a conflict around many years of borrowing money, and on at least one occasion it wasn’t able to be repaid. In 1861 they were forced to default on some loans from the European countries of Britain, […]

Continue reading

More Than a Salad

It is hard not to love a good salad, a bed of greens with some roasted vegetables, maybe some meats hot or cold, add a compliment of cheese and some nice kalamata olives. All of this is veiled by a delicious dressing, maybe Italian, or balsamic. Have a nice slice of homemade ciabatta. Wow, hard […]

Continue reading

Don’t just sit there get active

Introduction to an Exercise Philosophy, get activefacebook@ visiondrivenstrengthJim Williams: NASM Fitness Instructor, Nutrition Specialist, Bio Force Certified Conditioning CoachJune Release:​How to prepare your routine​Active is the opposite of sedentary, stationary moving to active in your efforts to stay in shape can be an overwhelming thought.  However you have made the decision to do so.  Jim […]

Continue reading
>