// When rhubarb arrives at the farmer’s market, a little sigh of relief moves through my body. Spring is here and with it comes newness and abundance on the plate. A little tangy and a little sweet, this is a simple recipe that can be used for breakfast, a snack, or a lighter dessert.Read More
// A fulfilling and bright spring dish. The herbed whole wheat pasta adds a level of depth and heartiness while the peas and sprouts provide essential lightness and nutrients. If you have never made homemade pasta, I encourage you to give it a go. It is relatively simple and is a totally different experience from its dried counterpart.Read More
// More and more I find that my cooking craves simple, elegant ingredients, ingredients that by the nature of their quality add flavor and depth. This side is an example of this movement. Pairs well with any beef or pork main dish.Read More
// The grey in the Pacific Northwest is an ever present force in the winter. As it moves the mists in, dampening the earth, it brings a deep chill to the bones of the people of this wild land. It calls for long afternoons dabbling in the kitchen creating comforting aromas and heavy, nourishing meals that stick.
Packed with high fiber cannellini beans, hearty root vegetables, and a whole pound of lacinato kale this stew will provide your body with a plethora of nutrients. The thick broth that is deepened with herbal flavors invites the crusty sourdough to slop right in.Read More
//Nigel is right: these are very good chocolate brownies. There was no need to try to discover my own recipe in this regard, as his already suits me. Not too sweet, but just rich, fudgey, chocolatey goodness. A delightful treat for this Valentine’s Day.Read More