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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
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.
Happy St. Patrick’s Day! And you don’t need St. Patrick’s Day to eat corned beef and cabbage, of course. So, happy day to you, whatever day it is that you’re making this. We used Alton Brown’s recipe to brine the … Continue reading
When we first tasted this soup (modified from a recipe from Nostrana in Portland), it was so rich, complex, and almost smoky tasting, we thought maybe we’d accidentally put meat in it without noticing. But, we’re guessing the real reason … Continue reading
After our winter garden harvest, we have a lot of root vegetables to eat! One easy, delicious weeknight dinner is roasted root vegetables over red lentils.
After a hearty crepe breakfast for fortification, we went outside for some winter garden assessment. Along with a lot of raking and picking up fallen pears and apples, there was one last winter vegetable harvest, too. We certainly do not … Continue reading
We picked up these kabocha squash at Seattle’s U-District Farmers’ Market a few weekends back, from the farmers at Alm Hill Gardens. And we have a freshly made pot of turkey broth ready to go, so this risotto was an … Continue reading
Okay, so you’ve purchased your Thanksgiving turkey and it’s thawed by now (hopefully). This walks you through the next step – the salt rub. Why salt? Saveur magazine offered some compelling thoughts on the matter, and we’re persuaded too.
This fall vegetarian Thanksgiving casserole from Sunset Magazine really highlights some Pacific Northwest bounty. The great thing is, you can make it a day ahead for Thanksgiving dinner, so you have less to do on the big day. The squash … Continue reading
These cranberries are from Bloom Creek Cranberry Farm, down the road in Olympia, WA. We found them at the Ballard Farmer’s Market, and their berries were so vibrant and fresh, we had to have some.