Responding to your thoughtful comments This week I had planned on waxing poetic about my little victory garden. The Brandywine and Mr. Stripey tomatoes whose arrival I’m anxiously awaiting, the sweet peas that are eagerly climbing up their stakes and it looks as if this year there will be cantaloupe. But after seeing how last […]
When I (Nicole this week) was young and fresh out of college, I wanted to learn to be a better cook. I turned to recipes as road maps for learning exotic dishes as well as new techniques. Later on, I myself would become a recipe developer, an endeavor I found endlessly creative. I never knew […]
Given a choice, I prefer local over organic. Here’s why.
Having done so well with my butter making you can only guess what was next. I decided to tackle making cheese at home.
I really do love butter. A crusty baguette with creamy European style butter is one of my favorite snacks.
There is much to learn to enjoy a more sustainable food lifestyle. When I think about eating fish or seafood I often associate it with the summer months.
I was just a toddler when Orson Welles sang the praises of Paul Masson’s wines on television commercials “We will sell no wine before its time”.
This recipe is a great way to showcase the sweet, rich flavor of super fresh sea scallops.
One great thing about living in such close proximity to the Atlantic Ocean and having a brother in law who is a fisherman on a scallop boat is that I get more than my fair share of fresh fish and seafood.