Savory Cast Iron Oatmeal with pickled egg, avocado and kale I had this idea to make a super bowl smoothie bowl: beautifully arranged berries (raspberry, blueberries) battling it out against an artful splash of rich green kale. I’ve never made a smoothie bowl, I’ve made a smoothie, I’ve topped plain yogurt with things, but these […]
A refreshing and subtly herbal winter gin gimlet with fresh lime and rosemary. “We sat in the corner bar at Victor’s and drank gimlets. ‘They don’t know how to make them here,’ he said. What they call a gimlet is just some lime or lemon juice and gin with a dash of sugar and bitters. […]
Green Bean Frittata or: How I learned to ditch the binge and love the bomb I saw a headline the other day that said, “Study shows binge watching may be linked to depression and loneliness” No shit. I don’t need a study to know that I didn’t hide in a dark room and watch all […]
Fork tender and flavorful. This slow cooked leg of lamb, with garlic, rosemary, and red wine, can be prepped in minutes. I was not going to share this recipe, mostly because I didn’t feel like taking pictures. I’d been smelling the lamb cooking for hours and I was hungry, I wanted to eat! But when […]
Orange Rosemary Waffle Eggs Benedict: Light and tender savory waffles topped with ham, a perfectly poached egg and a lighter tangy version of easy blender hollandaise with fresh squeezed orange juice and fresh rosemary. Every Sunday the mister makes us waffles. It is his meal, the only one I haven’t taken over. He used to make […]
Meyer lemon and maple melded with just a whisper of rosemary in a hot toddy that makes the cold a little less so.
Winter herbs: pale blue rosemary, purple sage, hints of silver and green on both. A bite of garlic, the salty tease of Parmesan, the soft grassy notes of extra virgin olive oil. And that’s just the frame. Wait ‘til you get to the picture, the picture that’s been filling the house with its addictive […]
Sliced and Slow Roasted Rosemary Potatoes Roast these deliciously easy potatoes low and slow for the first 15-20 minutes while assembling the rest of your meal and then pull them out, flip them over and finish them at a higher heat right before you serve. These make a great side or, served with a bit […]