Summer Cooking Camp

It’s that time of the year again. Even though it still feels like the middle of Winter with all of these snow storms, Spring is quickly approaching next week! I can’t wait, it is my favorite time of year. So, it’s time to sign up for our Summer Cooking Camp!

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Food Jules will run it’s annual Summer Cooking Camp and registration is now LIVE. It’s a lot of fun for the kids, our assistants and most of all, for me. We spend every morning together for one week, learning new recipes. This summer, we are cooking recipes from around the world, learning about the culture and food from a different country each day. This is one of my favorite curriculum and this summer, we’ll be including Portugal.

If you are interested in learning more about our program, click here. It will give you details on cost, dates/times, forms and registration instructions. If you have any questions, feel free to email me

Looking forward to another fun summer!


Mariscada (Portuguese Seafood Stew)

My parents, originally from Portugal, are just amazing chefs. They cooked a home made meal for my sister and I every day of my childhood. They taught me so much food, family, love, respect for one another, kindness.

One recipe that my family and I cherish is a Portuguese classic dish, Mariscada. It’s a seafood/fish stew with shrimp, clams, fresh cod fish, scallops and even lobster. It’s delicious and full of flavor. Every summer, whenever we went to Wildwood in New Jersey we enjoyed our time together relaxing by the beach, playing mini-golf and going to buy fish. My father would go into Cape May to the local fish market, where the fish is so fresh, pick up lots of yummy seafood and cook a delicious Mariscada for lunch. My sister and I looked forward to it each year when we were kids and now we bring our own families and my parents continue the same tradition. It’s a cherished memory for us and now for our husbands and children.

I finally learned about a year ago how to make it, just like my dad (or as close to his as possible) and every time I take a bite of this dish, it brings me back to all of those beautiful memories with my parents at the beach. Today, I am sharing this with you. Hope you enjoy it! It’s one of the most delicious meals you will ever eat!


Featured on WTNH News 8!

Did you know that Asparagus is in season right now? It’s an early spring vegetable from February thru June. Yes, I said Spring even though it’s a blizzard outside today and still officially winter, I’m looking forward to spring in a couple of weeks!

20180306_083629Asparagus is full of vitamins and fiber and so delicious. Yesterday, I cooked up this Tortellini with Asparagus on WTNH News 8 Good Morning Connecticut. It was another fun time with the anchors and studio members.


This is such a quick and easy recipe using simple ingredients. Asparagus is in plentiful and inexpensive at all the grocery stores now. So, go get some and enjoy making this delicious dish! You can watch me LIVE via this link.