My youngest son goes to his art class twice a week. It’s a long class, and it’s full with friends he goes to school with, two of which are his best friends who sit on either side of him.
Coming from a family of gardeners, you’d think I’d have a green thumb. Well, I don’t. My thumb, if you will, is somewhere between brown and olive green — at best. Fortunately my family lives close by, and I have wonderful neighbors, who all have bright green thumbs, and they invite me in to “shop” […]
You know what’s awesome about risotto? Among other things, you can flavor it any way you desire to suit whatever food craving you might be having. Once you learn how to make risotto — a technique for cooking Arborio rice — you can throw in whatever delicious ingredients you want, and the rice will soak […]
Since learning from my new favorite cookbook, 50 Best Plants on the Planet, that cilantro is one of the top five most nutrient dense vegetable on the planet, I love it even more! Over the weekend I made a huge amount of my Cilantro Chimichurri, and I’ve been enjoying it on everything this week. I […]
It’s the pretty celadon green casserole dish in these images that inspired this recipe. Though this isn’t typically how I create recipes, I love when it happens. Normally I select the dish, pan, plates, etc., based on what I’ve cooked or want to cook. Not the other way around. My mother-in-law gave me this lovely […]