This was a true "refrigerator clean out" inspiration. I had left over rice, eggs, zucchini and ALWAYS, ALWAYS, a bottle of Sriracha. If I ever need a blood transfusion I'm am going to say I'm Type S for Sriracha. I wouldn't mind having this stuff pumped directly into my bloodstream; I love it so much.
HOLY GUACAMOLE... the French have ADOPTED this very American appetizer and are serving it at their chic restaurants? Peut-il être? Can it be? According to Dorie Greenspan Guacamole has become a "standard" in many Paris establishments... and I thought the French were set in their food ways.
I'm just starting to see really nice tomatoes in our green market. Summer is truly the time to savor the wonders of fresh tomatoes. This simple recipe really made me appreciate the complexity of the taste of a tomato.
The first day of summer is not officially until June 21st this year. I keep hearing about school being out, and the warm weather people are enjoying in parts of the U.S.... but here in New York, we are in school until the end of June and it is cool, rainy Spring.
It was not my intention to deceive you. I know the title says ravioli and there isn't a noodle to be found on this plate. It is an "abstract ravioli" in a way that only a French philosopher could appreciate... and let me tell you a real ravioli stuffed with crab and avocado would have been easier to make!
It's almost summer. I grew up in a beach town and summer always makes me think of seafood. It still gets a little chilly here in New York at night so my family and I still want filling food...not heavy; a fish stew suits us well at this time of year.
I don't do many giveaways but I feel everyone can use a quality camera. I teamed up with the below group of food bloggers to share this opportunity to win a Canon Rebel. I have had one of these babys for years and I can attest this is a great camera, easy to use and the pictures come out beautiful.
This post is sponsored by Henry's Humdingers but all opinions are my own.
An 11 year old boy named Henry sat down on a plane next to a beekeeper who told him about Colony Collapse Disorder. Henry became so concerned about helping to save the bees that he asked his mom for a hive... pretty soon the Miller family had so much honey they started adding spices to it, so they could make sauces, marinades and spreads with it.
This post is sponsored by Field Goods. All opinions are my own.
I've had shares in CSA's in the past and especially with kids trying to find creative things to do with your four pounds of kale can be daunting. But now that we are not around enough in the summer to keep a garden; I have been trying to figure out ways to enjoy fresh local produce more.
I am really loving our French Friday's venture into rillettes. I had vaguely heard of them before...but I only associated rillettes with fatty meats. This salmon rillettes and the tuna rillettes we made, have me realizing the possibilities of this spread.