This may be the simplest recipe I’ve ever posted, but just because it is simple doesn’t mean it isn’t good!
I had blistered and salted Shishito peppers for the first … Read More
They say things that grow together go together, and in the case of tart rhubarb and sweet strawberries this is certainly the case!
My ex Mother-in-law used to make … Read More
Sometimes simple is best.
Fresh asparagus, tangy blue cheese, ripe tomatoes, your best olive oil and some sea salt combine for one of the simplest recipes yet.
This … Read More
This salad takes advantage of winter storage vegetables and escarole – a cold tolerant green. The slightly bitter greens contrast with the sweet earthy roasted vegetables, and both are enlivened … Read More
This colorful, crunchy, and unique salad contains no lettuce, and is primarily made of root vegetables. A mandolin is use to slice the beets and radishes very thin, and a … Read More
This is the time for winter storage vegetables to shine – and what better way than showcase them than to prepare them simply and deliciously.
Normally when one thinks … Read More
Not just for pies and soup, pumpkin is an excellent addition to savory dishes.
An elegant creamy soup. made from the most common staples of the winter cold cellar.
For a cool meal with a little “Wow factor” try these “mocki-rolls.” I substituted steamed Swiss chard for Nori and quinoa for rice. Fillings are limited only by your imagination. … Read More
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