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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 don’t normally eat potato dishes like potatoes au gratin. But our friend recently gave us a Cooking Light magazine with some interesting recipes we thought we’d try. This two-potato gratin uses sweet potatoes for an extra bump of richness, … Continue reading
It’s hard to believe we’re still harvesting from the garden, this far into November. But the little garden that could still has some surprises for us. What’s fresh now?
The garden is overflowing with bounty right now. We thought we’d branch out from our standby of grilling vegetables to really enjoy some of the harvest. So, Melanie came up with this gratin dish, full of things we’ve grown ourselves: … Continue reading
We are busy harvesting potatoes now! This is just a quick update, because we’re excited about our newest vegetable!
The great thing about this potato salad (besides the way it pairs marvelously with BBQ) is the key ingredient – homemade pickles. Now, the pickles mean you use less mayonnaise and more pickle juice, which makes for a tart, tangy, … Continue reading
Have we mentioned we have a LOT of swiss chard right now? Good thing we like to eat it. We also like cooking with a cast iron frying pan – it feels so rustic and satisfying. So, when we saw … Continue reading
This recipe comes from our dear friend Andrea, who currently is cooking out east in Taos. She passed down the recipe from her Russian grandparents, who, if this recipe is any indication, were fantastic cooks. We added one secret ingredient … Continue reading
We did a similar pizza about a month ago, BUT it did not have spinach on it. The spinach mix really seals the deal. And, cooking the spinach down with garlic is a great way to get some extra vegetables, … Continue reading
Happy Hanukkah! These latkes are straight from your grandma’s kitchen, with a special secret grandma ingredient thrown in.