Posts Tagged: cherry tomatoes

Crispety Bacon-y Chanterelle Campanelle

The torrential rains have hit our little corner of the Pacific NW heralding soggy basements, soggier cyclists, and chanterelle season. It’s a price I’m willing to pay for toothy, golden, slightly peppery apricot-y fungi that deftly dance along that balance

Crispety Bacon-y Chanterelle Campanelle

The torrential rains have hit our little corner of the Pacific NW heralding soggy basements, soggier cyclists, and chanterelle season. It’s a price I’m willing to pay for toothy, golden, slightly peppery apricot-y fungi that deftly dance along that balance

Roasted Tomato Sauce By Way Of Sicily

Despite the golden sunlight streaming through my window, summer has faded off into the distance and fall is here to stay. Normally I’d be in a melancholy state bemoaning the lack of dry pavement to go tearing down steep descents

Roasted Tomato Sauce By Way Of Sicily

Despite the golden sunlight streaming through my window, summer has faded off into the distance and fall is here to stay. Normally I’d be in a melancholy state bemoaning the lack of dry pavement to go tearing down steep descents

When Tomato-geddon Strikes Make Cherry Tomato Jam

October may be just around the corner but don’t tell that to my overachieving Sungolds, they’re still running riot over the sunny patch of garden fondly dubbed Tomatoworld. These sweet, juicy, orangey little cherry tomatoes have pretty much taken over

When Tomato-geddon Strikes Make Cherry Tomato Jam

October may be just around the corner but don’t tell that to my overachieving Sungolds, they’re still running riot over the sunny patch of garden fondly dubbed Tomatoworld. These sweet, juicy, orangey little cherry tomatoes have pretty much taken over

Is It Autumn Already? White Bean and Tomato Ragù with Rigatoni

Despite the gorgeous, sunny, rainless days we’ve been having you know fall is just around the corner when the morning bike ride is a nippy 56F so that you’re huddling in your thermal jacket and wind vest. I may have

Is It Autumn Already? White Bean and Tomato Ragù with Rigatoni

Despite the gorgeous, sunny, rainless days we’ve been having you know fall is just around the corner when the morning bike ride is a nippy 56F so that you’re huddling in your thermal jacket and wind vest. I may have

Israeli Couscous Primavera : Cool Food For Hot Days

As the heat wave continues and my little garden displays its fruitfulness in a riot of cherry tomatoes and sugar snap peas I’m faced with 3 dilemmas: argh, why does everything ripen at the same time??, what can I cook

Israeli Couscous Primavera : Cool Food For Hot Days

As the heat wave continues and my little garden displays its fruitfulness in a riot of cherry tomatoes and sugar snap peas I’m faced with 3 dilemmas: argh, why does everything ripen at the same time??, what can I cook