This is hardly a recipe. I saw it on Smitten Kitchen awhile back, and it’s one of my favorite things to do during asparagus season. http://smittenkitchen.com/blog/2011/05/ribboned-asparagus-salad-with-lemon/ I guess I should have looked at the Smitten Kitchen post today as I forgot about using Parmesan. That […]
Month: June 2016
I had a head of Bok Choy in my crisper. I was looking for my pesto recipe (because I also have a big bunch of basil, but that was not in the crisper) and I came across a recipe for braised Bok Choy that I had bookmarked.
A RECIPE?! For burgers?! Sounds crazy, right? Look, a grilled burger can taste great just seasoned and tossed on the grill. But following the directions below the flavor is just so good, the burgers are always moist, and it is just a guarantee that the […]
That’s right, more recipes using CSA products.
Obviously there is a consistent theme of recipes using CSA produce during the summer! I always look forward to receiving frisée in the share, and I think a creamy garlic vinaigrette is perfect with this. And I don’t add anything else. It’s simple: 1 clove […]
A few weeks ago I had mentioned to some online friends that I was thinking of making lettuce wraps. A friend posted this link from Epicurious and I made it tonight. http://www.epicurious.com/recipes/member/views/asian-ground-beef-lettuce-wraps-with-special-dipping-sauce-50082065 I started by gathering ALL the ingredients. There were a lot! I didn’t […]
This month the cooking challenge I participate in has us making recipes using date syrup. When I started looking around at recipes, most of them seemed to be for sweets and desserts. Then I found this one for chicken and thought I would give it a try.
There’s more to broccoli than eating it steamed, with cheese sauce, or with Hidden Valley Ranch Dip (although all of those are good). This recipe from Ottolenghi is simple, and simply delicious. All you need is broccoli, Chilis, garlic, olive oil and salt and pepper. […]