FINALLY! You can now expect lots more recipes. As I said before, it’s been pretty hot and chilis and stews were just not appealing. But now I have lots of glorious green to play with! So what was waiting for me when I arrived at pickup?
While the title of this recipe is Dandelion Bacon Salad, Simply in Season says you can use any kind of greens. Good thing; while I do have dandelions in my yard, I do have two dogs. Our neighbors also have dogs. So I felt much safer just using some of the greens that came with my first CSA pickup.
When DH and I were married four years ago, we spent our honeymoon at Black Star Farms just north of Traverse City in Suttons Bay. Even then, before I started learning about the local food movement, I loved learning about different foods and wines and the people who grew and made them. And I was lucky enough to marry a…
Is it just me, or are there TONS of resources out there for saving money? *Cough cough* Real Food on a Real Budget ad on your right. Frugal blogs galore. And, there are lots of “how to cook” e-courses floating around. Yet my biggest stumbling block is TIME. I’m not alone. When I was on an Alice Waters webinar a…
I’m not sure why, but a couple of the cakes in Simply in Season don’t have recipes for frosting. Does that mean they don’t have frosting? What is a cake without frosting? Since I had apricots and prunes left over from making the Pork Apricot Skillet and Marrakesh Lamb Stew, I thought I’d give the Bulgarian Yogurt Cake a try. I made it for Sunday dinner at my parents, and brought along some powdered sugar just in case it needed frosting after all.