Toast with Zucchini Chèvre Spread Ingredients: 1 large or 2 small zucchini 1 pkg chèvre 1 clove garlic 1/3 c minced herbs (any combination of basil, parsley, chives, cilantro, dill) Lemon juice, to taste Kosher salt Freshly ground pepper Your Read on!
OK kids, today’s word is counter-intuitive. Why would you take gorgeous fresh tuna and essentially can it? Well, unless you’re into luscious, richly-flavored, perfectly-cooked fish that yields a briny, citrus-scented oil and is basically pre-prepped for all kinds of insanely Read on!
Culinary traditions that come from hot places tend to lean into spice. Hot peppers do well in hot climates, of course, but they also serve to cool the body and excite the taste buds when heavy, creamy flavors would do Read on!
People have a lot of opinions about eggplant. Our stance is that anyone who says they don’t like it just hasn’t had it cooked the right way. The season offers lots of opportunities to present it in various lovely Read on!
When summer is a three-digit word, it’s time to get serious about quick-cooking, cool platters of food. We’re talking lightly dressed greens, frosty glasses of gazpacho, and chilled slices of melon. For something with a little more substance, we like Read on!
We’re not vegetarians, we’re less-atarians. When it comes to eating meat, we’ve been advocating for a different way for more than a decade now. We believe the way to responsible carnivorousness is through better quality and less quantity. Eat a Read on!
If there’s one silver lining to living in a pandemic, surely it must be learning to live a little more loosely. Bedtime? We’ll rely on our internal clock, thanks. Hair color? Those are “sparkles,” not greys. Pants? Totally optional. This Read on!
Farmhouse Delivery Kimchi The beauty of kimchi is that you can mix & match the vegetables based on what’s in season. Napa Cabbage is the usual choice, but feel free to experiment with veggies like kohlrabi, celeriac, or brussels sprouts. Read on!
Shaved Vegetable Salad with Fennel-Citrus Dressing Stumped on how to use up those big, beautiful fennel fronds in your bushel? Whisk chopped fronds into a light vinaigrette for this fresh and summery salad, perfect for a light dinner on the Read on!