A soufflé? On a Wednesday? Why yes! Of course. You know why? Shhhh. Because there were leftovers. Yesterday’s roasted Hubbard squash risotto meant that there was a whole half (ha!) of a squash leftover, which amounted to about 2/3 of a cup of pulp. I had every intention of fixing something else entirely for dinner tonight, but at… Read More Kitchen Magic: Local Squash Soufflé and a Steak
I’ve reflected on the past Local Foods Week and realized and I learned a good number of things and reaffirmed some of my core cooking beliefs. 1. Local food does not have to be expensive. Eating seasonally, even if you’re buying produce from a farmers market, can be affordable for just about any budget.
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
One of the events that will be here before you know it, Columbus foodies, is Local Foods Week. This year’s is October 2 through 8. Part of the events this year is an Eat Local Challenge. Hades and I are already starting to think about what we’ll do for those seven days. … Read More Local Foods Week is Coming Soon