Antipasto is one of my favorite things to serve just about any time of year, but especially during the harvest season. Its at this time of year when the array of fresh vegetables is so abundant that it makes for an wildly colorful tray. This summer antipasto is a snapshot of a typical tray that I would serve.…
St. Patricks day is around the corner, and like most Americans, we are going to be having corned beef and cabbage. Personally, I love corned beef and cabbage, but what I truly look forward too is the leftovers. A leftover corned beef Rueben is that messy delicious sandwich that really hits the sweet spot for me….
Fall is coming on hard these days. It’s is all about sweaters, boots, and pumpkin spice (though I prefer chai). As the weather gets cooler I’m taking the time to enjoy the last of the summer produce. Things like tomatoes and summer squash are making their final appearances at the market for the season. There is nothing like a fresh, well-grown tomato. Those grocery store tomatoes you find in the winter just do not compare….
I’m so in love with this time of year. The time when summer is winding down, but fall hasn’t quite started yet. The days are cooler, and the produce is amazing. There are only a few short weeks each year when you can get both summer produce like tomatoes, and zucchini as well as fall favorites. I’m talking sweet fall squash, crisp greens and apples….
Something you should probably know about me is that I love potatoes. I eat them pretty much every single day. There are just so many ways you can prepare a potato! They are delicious and good for you. And, they are a great vehicle for sneaking in all kinds of other veggies, which this time of year is a huge priority….