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Monthly Archives: October 2011
Melanie honed her pizza-making skills at Pizzicato in Portland, one summer in college. Pizzicato is where she learned to throw pizza dough, and combine unique ingredients for fun new flavors. Her friends and family have been benefiting ever since.
Trader Joe’s knows our secret. When we’re feeling lazy, we make pizza with their pizza dough. Now the whole world knows. Or at least you do. Even if you’re using TJ’s surprisingly good dough, this homemade pizza is super good … Continue reading
I don’t know why we didn’t think of this recipe. Mark Bittman gets the credit. Although, you could really serve almost anything over toast, top it with a poached egg, and have a winning recipe on your hands.
Well, the garden is cranking out the butternut squash. And, our seafood delivery is waiting to be eaten. So, after a long dog walk on a cold fall night, how nice to come home to something warm. These spicy garlic … Continue reading
It’s fall, and time to have friends over for dinner parties. You could serve cheese and crackers, but here are a few other fun, quick appetizer ideas, too.
It’s fall on the Key Peninsula in Washington, and the bears are busy eating huckleberries and getting ready to hibernate. We’ve been out picking huckleberries too, so far successfully avoiding our large brown friends. This easy, fresh topping goes great … Continue reading
Even if you didn’t plant them in your garden, you’re still probably seeing lots of red kuri and butternut squash at the farmer’s market. It’s the season for roasting, so get to it! Here’s a very easy way to enjoy … Continue reading
We saw this recipe in the New York Times for mussels in a green curry sauce and had to make it. Considering we live a short distance from the amazing Taylor Shellfish store in Seattle, it was an easy decision to … Continue reading
Did you know quinoa is a complete protein? Did you know it’s remarkably easy to make for lunch? Did you know 100% of our friends named Vandana recommend it without qualm? This is our first time making quinoa, and now … Continue reading
Well, you’ve roasted a chicken, but you didn’t finish all the chicken and you want to do something nice with the bones. Time for chicken noodle soup!