The bowl may look small in the photograph, but it was enough salad to feed 8 hungry folks, with crusty bread on the side. Other possible additions to this salad would be red onion, pepperoncini, chicken, salmon, shrimp or strips of beef.
Love July. Love it. Wearing sundresses and floppy hats to the Farmers Market, kayaking on the lake, barbecuing and fireworks. (I also buy ’em when they’re half-off AFTER the Fourth, and entertain the kids through the summer on the Lake Michigan shoreline.) Of course I love outdoor reading. And the advent of this July not only brings favorite recipes to savor and … Full recipe post »
Once again, I’m late to the party, waving my freak flag. My favorite food and writing bloggers pump out relevant blogs several times a week–how do they do it? These days between exhausting road trips taking care of family matters (er, drama), insuring my third and final edit was returned squeaky clean (wine, please), and squeezing in basal cell skin cancer … Full recipe post »
Taste buds prickle; wanderlust triggered. An Argentine barbecue (asado)
enticed me to Patagonia. A friend gave me a vial of ground sumac berries--4 months later I was
waking at dawn to the "Call To Prayer" in Turkey. Porcini to Tuscany, and so on. Read more about my chronicles of
trips and favorite associated recipes. Browse my travel recipes...
Here are ideas gleaned from others that speak to me;
where I highlight projects that bring friends, neighborhoods, and communities together. For me,
complimentary food makes the project and event more fun. Browse my projects and related recipes...