Sweet Grape Spread

If you don't have time to jar all those end of summer fruits, try this recipe instead for a wonderful spread. It's absolutely delicious on toast, croissants and even pancakes. There's no pectin needed, no jarring or preserving necessary-...
I've been in search of u-pick cherry farms for quite a while, but missed the season (in the Midwest it's from late July to Mid-August). My next craving was for peaches, so a little research told us there are...

Sweet Tomato Preserve

I.  Love.  Tomatoes. Being Sicilian, you sort of have to or you may never eat. Ok, that's a bit extreme, I realize.  All jokes aside,  I really do love all the creativity this wonderful summer food allows me to have in the kitchen...
Do you ever get inspired to eat healthy, shop healthy and then just try to make everything possible from certain beautiful foods you find at the grocery store or market? Recently I just wanted to use the plethora of strawberries and...
The word ‘escabeche’ comes from the Arabic word ‘sikiube’, which means ‘acid’, and is a method for light pickling. In Mexico, escabeches combine vinegar with citrus juices, bay leaves and other herbs. This is a Mayan recipe, so it...
It's hard to imagine being in the mood for whole fish, but if you live as close as I do to some spectacular indoor fish markets, it just might happen. When I'm in the mood for fish of any sort,...
Just as soon as spring approached, we began contemplating what to plant in our summer garden. The consensus was that we wanted plenty of homemade tomato sauce all winter long, coming from fresh, organic produce. After renting a plot  from...

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