Winter Squash & Risotto Soup with Cheddar Poblano Sausage Serves: 2 Total Time: 45 minutes 1 small pumpkin or 1 large acorn squash olive oil salt & pepper to taste 1-2 cups cooked risotto (just about any flavor works) 1/4-1/2 Read on!
Texas Harvest Salad Whoa, Texas. Your fall colors have us bedazzled. One of the greatest joys of eating locally is the riot of colors and flavors that come our way as the seasons change. As the fruity primary yellows and Read on!
Quick Combos: Cooking with Greens, Corn, Sweet Potatoes, Cinnamon Apples, Radish Vinaigrette A note on greens: Fall and winter greens are extremely flexible ingredients – they can all be sauteed, stir-fried, braised, or eaten raw. When switching out greens Read on!
Linguine with Arugula and Olive-Pecan Frico Crumble We wish there were a better word for us than “foodie.” It sounds a trifle demeaning, certainly frivolous and maybe even foolish. Yes, we care about food: where it came from, how Read on!
Quick Combos: Arugula, Sweet Peppers, Eggplant, Asian Greens, Watermelon, Apples or Pears Try these quick cooking ideas with your bushel this week: put together a bright, peppery arugula pesto or try sweet pepper pimento cheese, roasted eggplant chips, Asian Read on!
This easy weeknight mainstay is one of those rustic and rib-sticking meals that just so happens to be good for you. The “sauce” ingredients come together in almost less time than it takes to cook the pasta, so have the Read on!
Thoughts on cooking real food from one of my favorite writers, Nigel Slater: I passionately believe that anyone can make themselves something good to eat. Cooking is a whole lot easier than many people think. Good cooking–real cooking–is within the Read on!
These days, I find myself longing for the flavors of fall, only to step outside and discover that the seasons haven’t quite caught up with me. To make matters more confusing in this short season between blistering hot and biting Read on!
Summer might call to mind lazy afternoons by the swimming hole, the creaky slam of a screen door, and the distant sound of children running through sprinklers, but for those of us involved in the business of food, there’s a Read on!