Monthly Archives: March 2020

Asparagus Bread Pudding and Mushroom Bourguignon

With mushrooms at the markets providing the impetus, I pulled out two old but charming vegetarian recipes from our archives, and we enjoyed them for dinner and subsequent lunches.  Originally, I planned to make them the same night and serve … Continue reading

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Bread, Bruschetta, and Brunello

Over the past 4-5 months my bread-making efforts were dismal failures.  The breads did not rise properly, they came out too flat and dense, and I became discouraged, because I was unable to figure out what was wrong.  So I … Continue reading

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Fabulous Frittata

I don’t usually tout the recipes I create, but this time, I think I will. Yesterday, our local farmers, Elena and Karl, had a pop-up farmstand where they were selling spinach, Swiss Chard, scallions, and cilantro from their high tunnel … Continue reading

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Two Simple & Delicious Spanish Dishes

If you love tapas, as I do, you must have encountered this ubiquitous shrimp and garlic dish at some point.  Known usually as Gambas al Ajillo, it is a wonderful first course or accompaniment to almost any meal.  Tonight we … Continue reading

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