Pie. Tart. Deliciousness in a dish. The recipe for this Any Season Fruit (or Vegetable) Tart (page 19) is from Gilt Taste. It’s a surprising base that can skew sweet or savory. But on first blush, you could only assume it would be sweet as the base is butter and sugar creamed together. It has… Read More Pie Season | Parsnip and Butternut Tart
I am thankful for family, friends and full bellies. I am thankful for a warm house, a garden that surrounds it and a Cherub that jubilantly makes it all into her playground. I am thankful for you, too! Thanks for reading and commenting and asking where the heck are the new posts. I hope you… Read More Happy Thanksgiving!
Oh my goodness. I stumbled on something. Pumpkin water. Water. Only the complete essence of pumpkin. Much like tomato water. Only pumpkiny-er. Obviously. I just knew this would make a good cocktail addition. And of course, my friend Molly completely helped me in sussing out some ingredients. Because she’s totally good at it. And she… Read More Persephone’s Drinks Cabinet | The Rum Whitfield
I do so love the creativity of this group of restaurants. And Dine Originals Week (November 7-13) really gives them a chance to shine. To flirt a little. To show off some extra personality. Pair all that with a pricing structure ($10, $20or $30) that makes a three-course meal within reach of just about everybody… Read More Dine Originals Week | November Preview
There is a vast expanse of Europe between the Black and Baltic Seas commonly known as “Eastern Europe.” Millions of Americans can trace their ancestry from this region, but many of them don’t know exactly where. They came through both the front and back doors of the East Coast in search of something more. They… Read More Sharing History | Pierogi