Gale Gand’s watermelon gazpacho is perfect for a summer lunch, or an appetizer served at a party. This colorful, refreshing, cold soup has a wonderful texture. Don’t be afraid to substitute and experiment with your favorite fruits and veggies.
Alex Brown and Evan George, authors of Lust for Leaf, describe themselves as “bearded, mescal-swilling Martha Stewarts.” They co-write as Hot Knives at the site urbanhonking. By now you get the picture that they love food and, despite being vegetarians, have no use for rules or being hemmed in. Their recipes are original, ranging from veggie hot dogs […]
If it is the Lord who should be praised, then praise the Lord for Lidia Bastianich, one of the great chefs in America. She is always in service to the food, not her own ego, yet there is a self-contained sureness in her as she teaches on television and in her books. In paying tribute to Lidia […]
Too many tomatoes? Never. Try adding something special to your grilled burgers and dogs this summer… homemade ketchup. Check out the post from The Salt for an interesting history on the sweet, red, spreadable condiment. NPR’s Melissa Gray tracked down a great old recipe. You may never want the bottled stuff again.
This is a tangy, crunchy, pickled cabbage that adds a bite and that little extra something to the sandwich. It takes common cabbage slaw to another level.