Half empty jar of sorghum syrup
January is a funny time of year for a Farmers’ Market Find post. The only farmers’ market that I have been to in the past three months is the Saturday morning farmers’ market in Naples, Florida, which is actually quite fun. Zuzu likes it for the freshly made [...]
The other night I defrosted a pound of ground turkey intending to make a white turkey chili recipe that features green peppers, white beans and tomatillo sauce. It was only once I began to cook that I realized I was out of white beans. That’s odd for me. I consider cannellini beans to be a [...]
Meyer lemon curd is like a spot of sunshine on a winter day
In case you haven’t noticed the 8 inches of snow outside, it’s winter. Although I miss our beautiful summer fruits and vegetables, wintertime cooking can be very satisfying. Lots of soups and stew and hearty braises. And certainly wintertime is the [...]
The first of my Twelve Parties for 2012, a casual family dinner party, went off without a hitch this weekend. That is, unless you consider one of your guests locking herself in the bathroom to be a hitch.
When entertaining with kids, the name of the game is flexibility. Don’t expect to finish a sentence, [...]
The first of my Twelve Parties for 2012 is scheduled for this Sunday, January 15. The January party is a casual family dinner party. The family that I have invited for dinner is, like us, very into food. When they had us over for dinner a few months ago, they made us [...]