A few years ago I made basil and corn cakes for the blog and they’ve been popular post. I’ve always wanted to retake the photos though. I’ve finally gotten around to it, but instead of wheat flour I’ve used coconut flour which results in a low(er) carb cake that tastes great.
I set up a reader survey a couple weeks ago and invited readers of the blog to participate. Well, everything has been compiled I’d like to share what I’ve learned with you.
Grilled summer fruit is a delight to the senses. You can smell the fruit cooking and hear it sizzle as it takes on a delightful color. The vanilla sugar adds a little caramelization and a subtle hint of flavor.
Wow this carrot and coriander soup has an intense color and flavor thanks to the spice blend. Clear out your veggie drawer and make it this week!
Zucchini and Egg Pie is a perfect recipe for using up your bumper crop of squash. The recipe comes from a promotional cookbook from the late 1960s. It was given to me by a friend of mine after she found it in a local thrift shop. It has actually been fun to step back in…
In need of a quick meal? Make this your go-to. It takes less than 15 minutes to prepare honey garlic tofu…and that includes the time to chop the herbs and green onion.
In general the Spanish don’t eat a big breakfast. Coffee and some toast or pastry, maybe churros and chocolate if it’s the weekend or they’re on vacation. The cafes along the Camino have adjusted to the needs of peregrinos who prefer a heavier breakfast, thankfully — there are days when you really want eggs and…
When life gives you lemons, make lemonade. When your friends give you a bounty of tomatoes, you make sauce. A fresh tomato sauce is a different creature than one that has simmered all day on the stove. Both have their merits, but for weeknight cooking, this incredible fresh sauce is a gotta try recipe.
I think I had almost 100 cookbooks at one time. I belonged to a book club for a while and I picked up others on my own. By far the majority were the small magazine style books found in the checkout line at the supermarket. You know the ones. They’re published by Betty Crocker or…
Is there any food more cooling than a cucumber? How about lettuce? Or a soup that’s best served chilled? Cucumber and Lettuce Vichyssoise from Hugh Fearnley- Whittingstall should be a part of your Summer meal plan.