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A Ploughman’s Lunch
This week we are cooking up some great take-to-work lunch ideas! Check back daily this week for lunchtime inspiration. If you’re like us and sometimes don’t have a particularly productive Sunday, and don’t end up cooking anything at all that … Continue reading
Posted in Work Week Lunches Tagged bread, cheese, fruit, hardboiled egg, meat, ploughman's lunch, work week lunch Leave a comment
Spiced Parsnip Muffins
Last month I had one of the most delicious treats of all time — Spiced Parsnip Bread from the Shandaken Bake stand at the New Amsterdam market in the South Street Seaport. Never before had I experienced parsnips like this … Continue reading
Posted in Apples, Eggs, Nutmeg, Parsnips Tagged bread, breakfast, farmers market, parsnip, parsnip muffins, shandaken bake Leave a comment
Strawberry, Goat Cheese & Balsamic Sammy
Hillary showed us how to incorporate these seasonal berries into the perfect summery sweet treat but what are we to do when we want something a little more savory? Throw ’em in between two slices of bread – you’ll be … Continue reading
Posted in Berries, Uncategorized Tagged arugula, balsamic, basil, bread, goat cheese, sandwich, strawberries 2 Comments
I’ve decided that I’m most thankful for bread. Bread is the unsung hero of food — quietly supportive, letting others’ true flavors and colors shine through, always there to thanklessly scoop up the fallen… And what could possibly be more … Continue reading
Posted in Butter, Festive Cheer Tagged bread, flour, hearth bread, King Arthur Flour, yeast Leave a comment
Rosemary Ramp Panzanella
I don’t know about you, but I can’t take any more of this rain. I sit here on a dreary Monday afternoon writing about what I cooked on an even drearier Friday afternoon. Good thing cooking always lifts my spirits. … Continue reading
Posted in Ramps Tagged asparagus, bread, dijon mustard, leeks, panzanella, ramps, red onion, salad, spring vegetables 1 Comment
Garlic is one of my favorite ingredients – does anything smell better than garlic sauteing in butter? I decided to create an old favorite for this post – white gazpacho. My grandmother almost always has a pitcher of this in … Continue reading
Posted in Garlic Tagged almonds, bread, croutons, garlic, grapes, olive oil, red wine vinegar, white gazpacho 1 Comment
Classic Sourdough Bread
I’ll have to admit, bread is one of those things that I’m really terrified to make… hours and hours of kneading, rising, resting, with the possiblity of everything going completely awry… So I was determined to do everything for these … Continue reading
Posted in Sourdough Tagged bread, butter, honey, King Arthur Flour, sourdough 2 Comments