Posted in June 2012

Strawberry Rhubarb Crumb Cake

Strawberry Rhubarb Crumb Cake

Rhubarb was one of the treasures in my Chow Locally CSA box a little while ago. I was pretty excited about it since rhubarb has been going around the blogosphere! I knew instantly what I wanted to make when I saw it. Smitten Kitchen’s Rhubarb Snacking Cake. Unfortunately, there wasn’t nearly enough rhubarb for the … Continue reading

Ravelympics?

**Update** The US Olympic Committee issued an apology for the terminology in the letter. Actually, they issued two since the fist wasn’t deemed sufficient. It did seem a little forced, but it was still an apology. I appreciate the effort to clear the mess, although I don’t think other fiber crafters are as easily appeased. … Continue reading

Smoked Salt

Smoked Salt

Salt! It’s THE essential seasoning when it comes to cooking. It has the ability to bring out the flavor in any dish, sweet or savory. There are so many kinds of salt on the market, Himalayan pink salt, sea salt, grey sea salt, kosher salt, table salt, black salt, the list goes on! What I … Continue reading

Spiced Zucchini Fritters

Spiced Zucchini Fritters

I’m excited about today’s post! I tweeted it last week when I made these and man, were they tasty! This recipe idea came to me when I was brainstorming what to do with the chickpea flour I got in my CSA box. I’d made the Socca initially and I still had some zucchini from the … Continue reading

Banana Date Bread

Banana Date Bread

I NEED to share with you this awesome banana bread recipe that I found. A couple of weeks in a row we’ve gotten dates in our Chow Locally CSA box. I also happened to have some bananas that were going brown. A bit of google-fu yielded this delicious recipe. It’s a recipe that has no … Continue reading

Socca

Socca

If you follow me on Facebook or Twitter you’ll know how excited I was about this past week’s Chow Locally CSA box of goodies. I got Chickpea flour! I’ve never used it so I immediately started looking up recipes for it. While I was researching recipes for the Chickpea flour I received in my Chow … Continue reading

Salad 101, Lesson 1: The Basics

Salad 101, Lesson 1: The Basics

I love salads. They’re great for a light lunch or for a quick and healthy dinner. What can go in a salad? The better question is what can’t go into a salad? I think that the infinite number of combinations that cause people to go back to tried, true, and ultimately boring salad combinations. Not only … Continue reading