This past Thursday, my boyfriend and I decided to visit our local farmer’s market to pick up some fresh strawberries and see what else Spring had to offer. We grabbed 2 pints of strawberries at The Wild Ramp in Huntington, WV, along with some duck eggs and a pint of caramel pretzel ice cream, locally made. Yum!!
Music makes the world go around, at least that’s what I’ve heard. I do know that it is such a powerful thing. Like food, music can take you back in time, make you cry, make you smile, or in this case, make you want to cook.
I found this recipe on Food52, as I was looking for recipes that featured coriander. After hours of plundering through Indian recipes, I finally found this tomato jam. Although I made a small batch and did not actually preserve it, I found this jam to be sweet, acidic, tangy, and even rich. I used store-bought… Continue reading Coriander in Sweet and Savory Tomato Jam
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Meet my new Culinary Best Friend. The light to my kitchen darkness. The vibrant to my blah. The gorgeous sunshine to my spring. I have fallen. And let me just tell you why. Because I’ve got a thing for beets. Because beets are gorgeous and the perfect texture. They’re earthy and…
This recipe is why I love blogging and the Flavor of the Month challenges.Over the last week, I searched and searched for a flavorful cilantro sauce that I could stand behind and promote. They were all too simple and lacked versatility. Then, I stumbled upon epicurious.com, and found a recipe from 1998, and it had… Continue reading Spicy Cilantro Sauce
Summer is just around the corner; pools are filling up and grills are heating up. There is nothing better than being invited to a cookout! Whether it is a graduation party, Mother’s Day or simply a family Sunday, grilling out is the best bet. But when someone else is hosting and doing the grilling, it… Continue reading 25 Side Dishes to Take to a Cookout