Contributed by Katy Morris
Local chef and well-known foods educator, Cecily Gans, has shared her top tips for becoming a grilling guru just in time for Father’s Day. Why now? Because we know some dads out there that may agree that a well cooked, moist BBQ chicken on the grill is better than a tie… Continue reading
I cheated just a little. I confess. YUP. This locavore bought corn that was grown and trucked up from the south so I could prepare and share this recipe with you. But only because I want you to be READY to fire up your grills when local corn hits your very own farmers’ market.
Molasses BBQ Glazed Chicken
If grilling is in your plan for Father’s Day this Sunday, you may want to treat your guy to this moist, smoky chicken with homemade BBQ sauce. It’s thick and spicy with classic flavors that match perfectly with well, almost any meat or chicken that you’re likely to throw on the grill. Continue reading
photo courtesy of Hannah Kaminsky, Easy as Vegan Pie, Skyhorse Publishing.
It’s time to celebrate the beginning of summer with a gift of this cookbook for my most enthusiastic and loyal readers. Yay for y’all!
Hannah Kaminsky has outdone herself with her fourth cookbook called Easy As Vegan Pie, One of-a-Kind Sweet and Savory Slices. That’s right, this time around Kaminsky treats us to both sweet and savory pies and every variation and innovation you can imagine. Continue reading
photo courtesy of Hannah Kaminsky, Easy As Vegan Pie, Skyhorse Publishing, Inc.
I’ve started dreaming about summer pies bursting with bright roasted strawberries and sunny cherry tomatoes. Wait, maybe I should head into savory territory and re-think dinner on the patio with a taco pie layered with black beans, mushrooms and tempeh and topped by shredded Romaine and red bell peppers. Easy As Vegan Pie has me spinning in all different directions and that’s a great thing. Continue reading
Next time you’re in SOHO (NYC) and wondering where to get a “not a big deal” kinda meal, wander west and onto Thompson Street to find authentic, organic, and very vegetarian friendly Mexican eats and smoothies at SALUD. Gluten-free and dairy free? You’ll have an easy time here. Continue reading
Lori Cochran Dougall, Westport Farmers’ Market Director
Contributed by Katy Morris
There are so many things to love about the Westport Farmers’ Market and with the summer market opening last Thursday we were lucky to snatch a little time with Lori Cochran Dougall, Market Director, so she could TELL US MORE about this thriving local shopping and dining experience.
We wanted to know why THIS market is so unique among farmers’ markets. Continue reading
Contributed and photographed by Paloma Aeylon
Falafel. Shawarma. Hummus. Shnitzel. Shakshuka. These are typically the foods we salivate over in anticipation of touching down in the land of milk and honey. While these Israeli delicacies certainly warrant our attention and appetite, there’s a culinary craft that’s lesser celebrated despite its rich role in Israel’s colorful cuisine. Continue reading
Persian cooking is distinctive with flavors of pomegranate, funegreek, preserved limes, barberries, sour cherries and nuts. Lots of lentils and rice, and plenty of eggplant and garlic are often part of the mix. Don’t forget the more familiar baklava with all varieties of native nuts between many layers of pastry sheets moistened with honey. Once I get the urge for these unique flavors I just gotta have ‘em.
So when my lunch date cancelled the other day, I kept my plan to eat at Parmy’s Persian Fusion in the East Village, NYC. A recent review in the NY Times got my motor going and I couldn’t shake it. Continue reading
Marcia Selden Catering
The farmers markets are finally open, fresh spring herbs and bright green vegetables abound. There’s no better time to take out your patio furniture and invite a few friends for cocktails and a few nibbles. Continue reading