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.
These blueberry lemon scones only require about a cup of fresh blueberries to make. If you’re anything like me, and you hoard fresh blueberries when they’re in season, you’ll probably be okay to part with a few for these tasty treats. 😉 Happy baking!
Birthday weekend, but before that, a week’s worth of cooking! This roundup features blueberry balsamic mozzarella crostini, a roasted carrot and caramelized onion galette, a big ‘ol batch of french onion soup and a super summery cucumber gazpacho.
Tomato season is finally here! Read on for a recipe for roasted tomato sauce, plus tips on saving money buying heirlooms at the farmers market. Cheers to the harvest, ya’ll.
A roundup of meals I’ve cooked over the last two weeks, featuring small-batch jam, vegan stuffed bell peppers, corn fritters, summer squash curry and more!
Because sometimes we just want to make jam but only have a few berries. Here’s how to make a small amount of strawberry basil jam. Summer on a spoon!
New series in the works! I’m going to be providing a weekly summary of what I cooked with the produce I brought home from the market.
A simple and delish tomato white bean salad recipe that gets better as it sits, and a recap of some recent kitchen experiments.
Dijon-style mustard is one of the easiest low waste recipes you can make at home. It’s delicious, too!