Guinness Irish Stout and Mushroom Gravy Another recipe that is not really a recipe. More of a guideline, a picture map that encourages substitution and experimentation. It is just gravy after all. Initially the Guinness was the only liquid but when I re-heated it this morning for biscuits and gravy I added some milk because […]
Imagine a fall day when the leaves have suddenly turned and the sky is blue and the ground is a blanket of gold dappled with orange and red. Imagine bread both familiar and exotic, a soft loaf with the nutty hint of sesame, the golden glow of turmeric, a little spice, a little comfort. […]
Crisp zucchini fritters subtly seasoned with falafel mix. Simple, flavorful, and naturally gluten free. I have lettuce and exactly one snap pea ready to eat in my garden but there are zucchini at the farmers’ market. Not just from that one stand I’m suspicious of because they seem to have produce on a California schedule […]
Buttery sweet potatoes slow cooked with onion and jalapeño. A simple one-dish breakfast you can make on your stove top.
“What’s that?” Her hands are covered in butter but she’s scratching her nose oblivious and the cabinet doors are also buttered and floured- ready to bake. The homey scent of apple and onion floats around her like a homespun halo. She turns towards you and repeats the question, the tip of her nose decidedly not dairy […]
Tarts are one of my favorite things. Flakey buttery crust and what ever happens to be in season/in the fridge for filling. I don’t want to get into a debate about how to make the flakiest crust, okay, maybe I do- but I’m pretty entrenched, I’d need physical proof to convince me that there […]