This week, in the transition from summer to fall, we’re talking about budgets and cooking simple. Featuring sweet corn chowder, zucchini gratin, roasted grapes and more.
Please, if you do anything for yourself this end of summer beginning of fall season, let it be to make this tomatillo salsa recipe. It’s so bright and fresh and just all around so easy to put together — you’ll be glad you tried it!
Some weeks, cooking is a battle. It feels like everything is stacked against getting into the kitchen and creating food. Today I’m sharing what (little) I have been cooking to inspire you with some ideas of what to do with the very last of summer’s harvest. And to remind you that you don’t have to create amazing 3-part meals every single night.
This whipped cashew cream recipe is a winner in our house! It’s great when paired with fresh fruit, as a topping to baked desserts like crumbles and cobblers, with granola in place of yogurt and more.
My goto recipe for pickled green beans. Simple, quick and foolproof. I use pantry staples for the brine and spices and ratios that accommodate a small amount of green beans. Got green beans? We can pickle that.