Spicy Cabbage and Carrot Slaw Where does the time go? Winter seems to be hurling forward at lightning speed as we cross the threshold into our last cold month (wait, did we have a first cold month yet?). With the unseasonably Read on!
Satsuma Ginger Fizz One of our favorite ways to get into the holiday spirit this season is, of course, a holiday spirit! Whether as a signature drink for your next holiday party or, hey, any ol’ weeknight really, this cocktail does Read on!
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!
Radish & Fennel Panzanella You might roll your eyes in pity, but these days we get really excited about a loaf of stale bread. One bite of this salad, though, and you’ll get it. Crisp, peppery radishes and the subtle licorice kick Read on!
Creamy Carrot Soup with Coconut and Sesame Our friend Carol Ann over at Boggy Creek Farm says we have two seasons in Texas: Hot and Not Hot. We’ve been fully in the throes of Not Hot these past few weeks, Read on!
Jam-Filled Thumbprint Cookies Twinkling fairy lights, crackling fires, feasts, and gifts – there’s lots to love about December. Of all the wintery delights to be had, though, our favorite is cookies. Offering crispy-chewy-crumbly-buttery mouthfuls of childlike delight, there’s not much Read on!
There is a well-worn story in my family about the time I was taken to the zoo at six years old. The monkeys capered, the giraffes stretched their necks, the peacocks preened, the seals clapped and tossed balls, and the Read on!
The landscape of my childhood was not a green square. “Out of the house!” my mother would insist on summer mornings. We were not welcome back until lunchtime, when she would pass paper plates through the back door to us, Read on!
Big birds are for celebrations. Medium birds are for everyday. And tiny birds are for everyday celebrations. I’m not sure why quail seem so exotic–they’re tasty, versatile and cook quickly & easily. No one has to argue over who gets Read on!