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Springtime means asparagus. And it also means picnics, in the little pockets of sunshine snuck in between the rain showers. This tangy potato salad is equally good on a blanket in the sunshine or on a carpet picnic in your … Continue reading
We discovered this recipe on Epicurious a few weeks ago, and it’s become one of our go-to appetizers for holiday fun. The bright green flavors taste like springtime, which can be super welcome in the grey and drizzly environs of … Continue reading
The rich flavors of slow-roasted brussels sprouts and the earthy tones of wild mushrooms mingle with the sweet taste of fried shallots in this lovely Thanksgiving dish. Our dear friend Megan cooked this for us this year, and come to … Continue reading
The garden continues to produce prodigious amounts of yellow zucchini, and the swiss chard production is not far behind. Thank goodness we like them both! Throw in some herbs from the garden, and you have a dinner you can make … Continue reading
Summer squash is in full glory, and we’re cooking away to keep up. This easy pasta dinner with pistachios and grilled yellow squash is an inspired recipe from Mark Bittman’s Kitchen Express. To the recipe!
We’re always on the lookout for ways to use mint right now. That particular herb would take over the whole garden if we didn’t have it sequestered in its own big pot. And we still see mint volunteers popping up … Continue reading
Seattle in summer leads to giddiness and joy – for us AND for the basil. Seriously, the basil could NOT be happier. So, Melanie came up with this pesto recipe that’s not too oily and not too garlicy, and perfectly … Continue reading
If you’re like us, you have a boatload of mint in your garden right now. This richly herby green charmoula spread from Bon Appetit is great on grilled flatbread and grilled fish.
We love scallops. Their rich, distinctive flavor makes any dinner feel special, and they’re so easy to make, that you can makes lots of special dinners. The rich, golden grits are warm and inviting, and the bite of the greens … Continue reading