The Great Foods of Summer

2019-08-15T02:03:47-07:00

As seen in the Press Democrat, August 2019 https://www.pressdemocrat.com/lifestyle/9813040-181/celebrity-chef-john-ashs-easy “Summer afternoon—summer afternoon; to me those have always been the two most beautiful words in the English language” (from Henry James) “When one has tasted watermelon,

The Great Foods of Summer2019-08-15T02:03:47-07:00

Recipes: CAULIFLOWER . . . THE NEW KALE!

2019-04-08T23:21:37-07:00

According to Mark Twain: “A cauliflower is nothing but a cabbage with a college education.” The word "cauliflower" derives from the Italian cavolfiore, meaning "cabbage flower". Cauliflowers have been around for a long time and

Recipes: CAULIFLOWER . . . THE NEW KALE!2019-04-08T23:21:37-07:00

Recipes: ASPARAGUS

2019-03-16T03:37:34-07:00

ASPARAGUS STORY I have fond memories of wild asparagus growing up on my Grandparents ranch in Colorado. The ranch was at about 8000 feet and winters were harsh at that altitude. Seeing wild asparagus pop

Recipes: ASPARAGUS2019-03-16T03:37:34-07:00

Recipes: HOME-CURED CORNED BEEF

2019-03-10T04:30:31-07:00

Serves 8 - 10 Corning is an old English term that refers to pellets of salt called corns. It has nothing to do with corn the vegetable. If you’ve ever looked at the ingredient list

Recipes: HOME-CURED CORNED BEEF2019-03-10T04:30:31-07:00

Recipe: CELERY ROOT: THE UGLY KNOB

2019-03-10T04:26:30-07:00

The “Ugly Knob” description came from the Grande Dame of British food writing, Elizabeth David, who had great affection for this homely looking root vegetable. In case you aren’t familiar with her, she predated Julia

Recipe: CELERY ROOT: THE UGLY KNOB2019-03-10T04:26:30-07:00

FOOD & LOVE

2019-02-11T20:46:41-07:00

Food and Love: The two seem to have always been connected in an intimate dance of the senses. Do you ever think about it and wonder why the two are so intertwined? The most memorable

FOOD & LOVE2019-02-11T20:46:41-07:00