The early greens of summer are coming in so fast and furious, it’s hard to keep up! Freeze, baby, freeze!
We give our New Year’s Eve progressive dinner in Madison, Indiana 5 stars for great friends and great food!
Nothing says “Fall in Indiana” like fried biscuits and apple butter! Ken and I teamed up with our grandson, Seamus, to serve some up for a Sunday breakfast.
Our daughter has a small cabin in Seabeck, Washington, where the waters of Puget Sound’s Hood Canal have become her “backyard garden” yielding amazing Sea to Table delicacies.
When Rykers Ridge Blueberry opens for the season, I pull out all my favorite blueberry recipes and start calculating how many pounds of berries I’ll need to get the job done. Between what came in my weekly CSA bag and what I picked up at the farm, twelve pounds turned out to be just right! …
I’ve chosen delicious cake recipes from two favorite food blogs. Get ready to bid high on a Hummingbird Cake and a Nutty Espresso Cake!
Whether you need mass quantities of fruit for a big project like making jam, or you just want a nice bowl of berries to enjoy at the peak of their season, finding top quality local strawberries makes a big difference in flavor.
I’m eating tomatoes as fast as I can (and giving away handfuls of cherry tomatoes), but I’m having a hard time keeping up with supply. Good problem! Solution? Fresh tomato basil soup!
This time of year, I’m the Bubba Gump of corn. Creamed corn, corn chowder, buttered corn, confetti corn, shrimp boil with corn, and the plain but fabulous corn on the cob. Check out these recipes for summer corn prepped and headed for the freezer.
Sitting on the breezeway on a hot summer evening is fundamentally better with a refreshing cocktail! There will be no umbrella drinks on a beach for me this summer while covid-19 numbers climb, but I’m having fun mixing it up with garden fresh goodness in my cocktail creations.