In September 2012, I wrote about a road-trip that Alan and I took up to Oregon. It included a stop at Suzy and Barry Stone’s incredible home on the Rogue River. Two lovely, generous
Cauliflower. Caul-i-flower. It does look like a flower. A white-ish or purple or green or yellow bulby flower. Edible. There was one in the refrigerator and I felt like soup and I had been
I am still working through all of the zucchini in my garden. They ripen before I turn around and there are still so many it’s overwhelming. But fun and challenging. Today zucchini soup.
I use it for soups, stews, beans, sauces, roasts, curries, whenever I can. Whenever a recipe calls for stock – this is my go to. I keep it in the freezer at all times, stored in 2 cup portions in
For Chanukah (the eight day festival of light) we Jews and F.O.J.s eat latkes. Some of us think about latkes on and off during the year (especially my mom’s latkes). Some of us can’t wait all
I’ve been exploring recipes for tomato soup. It’s become a mini-obsession. I haven’t been making tons of recipes or anything – just reading them – and there are so many. And there are