You may notice a little theme this month, though it wasn’t actually by design. As autumn rolls around, I start cooking with (and eating) a lot of apples. In season, locally-grown apples are a wonder, on par with eating seasonal, local strawberries, instead of the chemically ripened fruit flown in from miles and miles […]
It is that time of year. I really need a big bowl of sunshine. Fresh, local produce is between growth spurts, and I am generally a little tired of the dark, leafy greens that have dominated the farmers market for a while now. Though we’ve had surprisingly spring-like weather, it is that transitional time. […]
What’s in a name? I have been pondering how to share this recipe for some time now. It’s a classic I’ve enjoyed my whole life that I’ve always known as carrot pudding. But I worried that might be a bit misleading. You see, I want people to be intrigued, and to try this recipe, […]
I would hazard a guess that the cranberries on the Thanksgiving table are one of the more polarizing dishes. You can’t have Thanksgiving without cranberries, but the divide between sweet and savory, jellied or chunky, canned or homemade is probably the source of mnay under-the-breath comments and drive-to-grandma’s complaints.
I have never been a […]