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Monthly Archives: June 2012
At some point, we’ll build an outdoor wood-fired pizza oven, and then we’ll cook all our pizzas in that, and become quite chubby and happy. But in the meantime, cooking pizza on the grill is a great way to get … Continue reading
We’ve had an empty spot in our hearts (and raised garden bed) ever since we finished off the last of the swiss chard. Time to fill in the empty spaces with lovely things to eat. All of these delights are … Continue reading
Summer and peaches go together so perfectly. And, right now thyme is flowering away in the garden. Sounds like a summertime cocktail, if we ever heard of one!
We’re busy pretending that Seattle is so hot that the only things we can eat are satisfyingly cold rice noodle salads with vegetables from the garden. But you really don’t need an excuse to have this supremely satisfying noodle bowl. … Continue reading
Is there anything cuter than a bee on bachelor’s buttons? No. There is not. We need to get a better camera lens so you can fully appreciate the bees’ pantaloons filled with pollen, but in the meantime, this is still … Continue reading
Summertime in the Pacific Northwest means oysters on the grill. These rich, smoky, distinctively sea-flavored appetizers are satisfyingly complex, yet simple to make.
Over Melanie’s birthday weekend, we celebrated by eating lovely food outdoors at the cabin. This particular combination of wine, Kurtwood Farm Cheese, and oysters was so stunning we had to share it with you. It was even more magical eaten … Continue reading
Looking for a light, cool cocktail to enjoy in your summer garden? These Champagne cocktails with St. Germain and fresh mint are a light, bubbly, delicious revelation. They are also super easy cocktails to make, which is handy when you … Continue reading
There’s something very satisfying about shucking an oyster. And if it’s an oyster you’ve just plucked off your beach or picked up fresh from a nearby farm, then all the better. Melanie picked up these oysters from Minterbrook Oyster Company, … Continue reading
We do not need baby goats. Obviously. That is ridiculous. Intellectually speaking, it makes no sense at all. But put a baby goat and an intellectual in front of us, and the baby goat wins, every time.