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Category Archives: Thyme
OK so clam chowder might not be the first thing that comes to mind when you have a hankering for potatoes but it is one of the main ingredients so maybe you can grant me a little leeway here… Being … Continue reading
With my window fan having been firmly in the off position for four nights in a row I think it’s safe to say my favorite season has hit. To me Autumn has always seemed like more of a time for … Continue reading
What a glorious Saturday it was last weekend! I awoke early and ran up the west side highway to the Union Square Farmers Market. I bought a chicken, asparagus, spring red onions, an assortment of shoots and baby greens, fingerling … Continue reading
As we’ve all heard and experienced, this crazy heat wave has been quite unbearable. So you might be asking yourself why on Earth I would have wanted roasted veggies in 100 degree temperatures. For some bizarre reason I had a … Continue reading
I must apologize for being a little tardy in posting this week but this kitchen had to get her act together after an exeptionally festive holiday weekend. The theme to this week’s post was never far from the brain, however, … Continue reading
Thyme has always been one of my favorite herbs – it does absolute wonders for soups, roasted chickens, and other Provencal dishes. After a long holiday weekend filled with overeating and lounging, you’d think I’d be ready to tackle something … Continue reading
Used for embalming by ancient Egyptians, and believed to be a source of courage by ancient Greeks, thyme wears many hats indeed. Stop by on Monday to see what culinary uses we come up with for this multitasking herb.