Wednesday, March 30, 2022
It’s “shoulder season” in our part of the world. We’re still getting good-quality winter produce, and just starting to see spring favorites.
So this salad celebrates late-season fennel and apples. We mix them with celery and a lemony vinaigrette, then top it off with succulent smoked salmon.
It’s the beginning of a great company meal. And maybe a beautiful food friendship.
Wednesday, March 23, 2022
Clam chowder is a double classic, featuring both a creamy New England style and a brothy Manhattan version.
We love all that cream in the New England version, but its rich heartiness makes it a winter dish for us. Come spring, we like lighter, healthier Manhattan Clam Chowder. Plus, it’s a great way to load up on vegetables.
Serve this for dinner and you’ll know where the saying “happy as a clam” comes from.
Wednesday, March 16, 2022
Shakshuka (aka shakshouka or chakchouka) is a spicy tomato stew that features a garnish of cooked eggs.
The dish probably originated in North Africa. Today, versions of it are found throughout the Mediterranean region. The basics of the dish remain the same no matter where it’s found, but the end flavor can vary.
We decided to put our own Creole-spiced spin on shakshuka, giving it a New Orleans vibe. Jazzy, in other words.
Wednesday, March 9, 2022
Need easy vegan for Meatless Monday? Or maybe for hosting vegan friends? We have just what you’re looking for.
It’s a mix of cooked wheat berries, white beans, mushrooms, and fresh spinach. Add some herbs for extra flavor, and you have a luscious main dish that everyone at the table will like.
Healthy flavor. It’s what’s for dinner.
Wednesday, March 2, 2022
This drink features Irish whiskey and sweet vermouth (so it resembles a Celtic Manhattan). But there’s also green Chartreuse liqueur in the mix – which makes for an extra tangy drink.
And who can resist tangy?