You can’t find a fresh, ripe, beautiful red tomato here in Ohio in January. You just can’t. So how could you possibly make a bolognese in the depths of winter? Make a white bolognese. Skip the tomatoes altogether and make a very Italian specialty. In doing so, you will make my single most favorite thing… Read More Winter Kitchen | White Bolognese with Fresh Pasta
But yes, the last of the local strawberries were at the Worthington Farmers Market this morning. I snagged a quart, from Crum Strawberry Farm, along with some turnips and an arugula and lettuce mix from Honey Run and some of the bacon I love from Curly Tail. Pure fall happiness! Be on the lookout for these… Read More Local Strawberries?!? It’s Practically November!
Did you really think Persephone would forget to include a pork dish this week? O ye of little faith. Tonight’s family dinner was a symphony of piggy-ness. The way we all like it. This pig, trotters and all, was entirely from our friends at Bluescreek Farm Meats in the North Market. Milan is the home… Read More Day Seven: Dinner, Gran Finale, Ode to a Pig