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Hillary said it – double peeling these favas is an act of true love and dedication. These bright green beans are truly bright and refreshing though – so I think they’re worth a little extra attention – and really, it’s … Continue reading
I love rhubarb – it’s so pretty and the taste – so unexpected! My mind immediately went to the gobs of butter in my freezer just begging to be made into pie dough but then I quickly remembered that a. … Continue reading
I love tabboulleh. Love love love. Partly because it’s so refreshingly delicious and partly because it reminds me of my hometown. There’s a great deli on the West side of Cleveland called Joe’s. Just down the road from where my … Continue reading
Like Hillary mentioned – sometimes, despite our best efforts, we don’t get everything on our weekend to-do lists accomplished – in fact most of the time I’m lucky if I get two items crossed off the list. BUT every once in … Continue reading
I love when I find that I’m totally addicted to something that’s actually good for me. Too often that is so not the case. Every Spring and Summer I eat asparagus as much as I possibly can until I can’t … Continue reading
As Hillary mentioned – ramp season is fleeting. So I decided to preserve their goodness in what else, but butter. Oh, and if you were wondering who first ramped up the ramp here’s a great Grub Street article on the subject… I originally … Continue reading
To tell you the truth I never really eat chicken. I’m super persnickety about where it comes from and apart from the occasional roast bird or late night chicken wings (gross, I know – the cocktails cloud my good judgment) … Continue reading
It seems we’re in that weird span of time just before Spring when we get a beautifully balmy day on Saturday and by Wednesday they’re calling for snow. The perfect weather for getting sick, really. So why not load up … Continue reading