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Category: Spring

Gluten-free carrot pancakes

Gluten-free carrot pancakes

How do I know when spring has sprung? Some of my personal tell-tale signs include: not being OK with the unacceptable appearance of my feet, rushing to do basically everything outside even though it’s still too cold, feeling overwhelmed with all the gardening chores that need to be done and my desire to stop eating […]

April 3, 2017 | By | Reply More
Rustic Kale Mushroom Galette

Rustic Kale Mushroom Galette

In case you clicked through to this post only to discover what the heck a galette is, all you need to know is that it’s like a lazy man’s pie. And, almost everyone likes pie. A galette is special because it has the best elements of a good pie like an impossibly flaky crust and […]

June 23, 2016 | By | Reply More
Smoky Skillet Shrimp with White Beans

Smoky Skillet Shrimp with White Beans

Here’s something many people would not consider a gift: I left my corporate job back in December and have not worked full-time since. I admit, I have thoroughly enjoyed the gift of not having my days be super-structured and having more time at home. In the beginning, I had visions of finally this year having the […]

May 25, 2016 | By | 2 Replies More
Thai Beef Stir Fry with Garlic and Basil

Thai Beef Stir Fry with Garlic and Basil

If you come here often, you might notice that some of my favorite foods are comfort foods, recipes that are the food equivalent of a warm blanket, cozy sweater or your softest pillows. Especially in the cooler months, this is what I crave. Spring was just beginning to show itself here when, out of nowhere, […]

April 10, 2016 | By | Reply More
Roasted Snapper with Harissa, Potatoes and Spring Onions

Roasted Snapper with Harissa, Potatoes and Spring Onions

What could be better than a one-pan meal with a short list of ingredients that add up to dinner greatness? When the weather’s nice, there’s too much work to do in the garden, too many hummingbirds to watch, and too many mojitos to enjoy poolside to be stuck in the kitchen all day or chasing down […]

June 26, 2015 | By | Reply More
Spring Vegetable Risotto

Spring Vegetable Risotto

I put risotto in the same bucket as frittata. If you have eggs to make a frittata, you have a meal. If you have arborio rice in your pantry, you have a meal, too. Both dishes can be made with whatever fresh produce you have on hand from your local farmer’s market or even your […]

June 19, 2015 | By | 3 Replies More
Asparagus Refrigerator Pickles

Asparagus Refrigerator Pickles

Asparagus ranks high among foods that should only be eaten in season. The quality and flavor of asparagus that’s in season in your area is far superior than supermarket asparagus any other time of year. It’s too bad asparagus season is short, maybe 4 or 5 weeks where we live. And, I eat loads of […]

June 12, 2015 | By | Reply More
German Potato Salad

German Potato Salad

When I got married, I gained so much: bragging rights to the most awesome husband, a new and healthier set of life priorities, a pizza stone, a few pounds, three more beautiful cats, and access to a pickup truck. I also lost some things like funny blind date stories, a good bit of my cynicism, […]

June 5, 2015 | By | Reply More
Spring Vegetable Tart

Spring Vegetable Tart

Tarts are perfect for combining the season’s best ingredients into a single meal. Fresh asparagus and spring onions don’t just appear at farmer’s markets at the same time for no reason. They complement each other beautifully. This spring vegetable tart’s simple ingredient list works because you treat the ingredients in different ways to coax out […]

May 29, 2015 | By | 1 Reply More
Butter-Braised Radishes

Butter-Braised Radishes

Is there any vegetable less glamorous than the humble radish? It grows in the dirt and most people have no idea what a good one tastes like. As a kid, I knew them as those red bitter things that were sliced paper thin and used to garnish crappy iceberg lettuce restaurant salad. In a feeble attempt […]

May 22, 2015 | By | 3 Replies More