Asparagus is amazing, nutritious and easy to grow (but you need patience). It can be baked, boiled, steamed, sautéed, grilled — and eaten raw. Sandra Phinney salutes the queen of vegetables, and offers up some delicious recipes.
One of the latest food trends in North America is based on regional “Soul Foods”. As with every culture, the time-honored traditions of the dishes “Grandma used to make” (and her Grandma before her) are becoming more de rigueur in our local eateries and kitchens alike. The reasons are many, but I think that one […]
Some people just ask for too much from life and are chronically disappointed. My husband is not this kind of person. In fact, I think he is one of the most easy going people I’ve ever met, except when it comes to eggs. More specifically, how eggs are cooked. How his eggs are cooked. I […]
The lowly dandelion has become a favorite of gourmets as evidenced by the price of dandelion greens in the grocery store. But there are lots of nutrients and health benefits in those greens.
Lesson learned: never test pepper hotness when you’re alone in the house. It’s also a good idea to be seated.
Those old handwritten recipes you pull out are more than just a list of instructions. They’re an important link to your past.