It’s simply the best of the last of the garden. Eight ears of the last of the sweet corn. Cobs scraped completely clean, releasing all that sweet corn “milk.” I think it’s what makes this soup special. But perhaps, too, it’s that I added in the last few peppers still standing on my counter. Another… Read More Final Harvest | Corn Milk Soup
I am currently hoarding the last of my Nora Mill Granary yellow speckled grits. These stone milled grits are honestly the best I’ve ever tasted. My favorite way to make them is with half stock and half Snowville whole milk; then stir in a few pureed greens, anything that’s seasonal, even lettuces are lovely. And… Read More A New Southern Favorite | Green Grits
Slow Food Columbus recently held a free (yes! it was free!) workshop at the North Market as part of their taste education efforts. It was so wonderful to see a room full of folks eager to learn how to make their own butter. Warren Taylor, a.k.a., the Dairy Evangelist, lead the class and was a… Read More Snowville Creamery | Making Crème Fraiche
It’s a dessert! Readers with a sweet tooth, rejoice! I have yet to put one up on PK, although they’re made around here occasionally. This one is dead simple. Mostly because it starts with leftover Indian-spiced Basmati. If you’ve been around the Kitchen much, you’ll remember how much I love curries. For the pudding, I… Read More Rose-scented Basmati Rice Pudding | Ohh, Lah Lah!
Remember how I said it was really easy to make butter? It turns out that it’s also extremely easy to make cheese. Fresh ricotta can be made at home in about ten minutes. There are a ton of recipes out there: ones that call for lemon, ones that call for vinegar, some that call for… Read More Snowville Creamery Ricotta