More apples! Though you could use other apples for this recipe, I used a very special variety. And I almost ate all of them before I cold get them in the pan, with a little help from my boys, who especially love their name — Green Dragon Apples.
I’m thinking of starting National Port Glazed Manchego Figs and Prosciutto with Beet Pickled Eggs Day. Kidding! (I mean, could it be any more bizarre and specific!?) I just find it so funny that these days there’s a special day, week or month to celebrate just about every food in the world (i.e., National Nutella Day, […]
I’ve been wanting to try a potato dish of this sort since I saw this gorgeous image on my friend Sara’s site, Average Betty. Pavé is the French word for “paving stones,” and it’s the word that chef Thomas Keller uses to describe any such rectangular or square food preparation. Sara’s Pavé (and I’m sure […]
I haven’t quite sorted out all of our Thanksgiving details yet, but a few things I know for sure. I know I’ll be with people I love, there will be a roaring fire in the fireplace, and I know I’m making Smoky Paprika-Bacon Roasted Turkey and Pecan Crusted, Spiced Caramel Pumpkin Pie. Above and below […]
These Crimson Gold Apples filled with Sesame Chicken Salad might just be as adorable as the Pumpkin Almond Cookies. One savory and one sweet, both scream fall in a big way! And both are absolutely delicious! Thanks to Melissa’s Produce and Cuyama Orchards, I was able to pick each of these organic Crimson Gold beauties […]
Having grown up in California, I’ve been able to visit some wonderful, picturesque places. From the Sequoia National Forest to the Santa Monica Mountains to the Channel Islands, California is full of beauty. And now I can add another gem to the list — Cuyama Orchards. This breathtaking organic apple farm is on the eastern […]