Who can guess what this highly underutilized vegetable is??? I have a great recipe that I got from the New York Times with this thing as an ingredient. Any guesses? I Continue reading What is this gnarly thing?
Hash browns, pan roasted heirloom tomatoes, over medium eggs with smoked salmon and dill, pancakes, and – last but not least – Bloody Mary. Then football and a long run later. It’s days like today that I’m glad I know how to cook because we are able to enjoy a great meal while still in … Continue reading Lazy Sunday breakfast
A perfect light lunch after my grocery shopping today. Everything you see here is from Trader Joe’s. no, they don’t pay me to say that although I wish they would. Here’s what it took: Sourdough bread slices Sliced goat milk Brie Sliced pear Drizzle of olive oil Broil for few minutes Then drizzle honey And … Continue reading Pear, goat milk Brie, and honey crostini
Check out this really great article and recipe ideas that use zucchini. http://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2013/09/08/magazine/bittman-zucchini-recipes.html?smid=fb-nytimes&WT.z_sma=MG_ZA_20130904&_r=0 Zucchini is super cheap right now and can be used in so many different ways. My personal faves are grilled (simply seasoned with salt, pepper, and olive oil), as fries (especially from Zinburger – yum!), and grated and turned into pancakes. I … Continue reading For the love of zucchini!
Yesterday, I visited the San Agustin Farmers Market for the first time. It was great. I really miss the farmers market crowd. Anyway, I picked these great herb starters for a great price. Plus, the lady that sold them to me gave me these great tips for when I plant them. First, she said to … Continue reading Fresh herbs from the market
It’s been a while since I’ve paid attention to this dear blog but that doesn’t mean I haven’t been cooking. We finally had our housewarming party and I made all the food right down to the sangria. This brings me to today. I have had an itch to make some turkey lettuce wraps since I … Continue reading Asian inspired dinner – Turkey lettuce wraps
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Are you ready for this? So….here’s what happened. We were in search of some homemade ice cream while we were in Vancouver (naturally). The hunt led us to a little shop called Edible Canada. But this wasn’t your typical cheesy souvenir shop. This was chock-full of delightful gourmet… Continue reading CSA Cooking: Choco Chip Chipotle Zucchini Bread