August 14, 2017

If this isn’t summer on a platter, I honestly don’t know what is.

If you like to cook things in season (and you certainty should be) then now is the time of the year to cook with tomatoes. You’ll see them on sale as they’re plentiful, and taste the absolute best. Especi...

August 12, 2017

Key limes are smaller in size than your standard Persian limes you get year-round at the grocery store. They’re much more tangy and acidic, but are only in season from May to September. This is the opposite of most citrus fruits, which are actually in season during the...

August 10, 2017

In honor of National S’Mores Day, I came up with something a liiiiiitle outside the box. Well, technically it’s still in a box-like shape. But it’s EVEN BETTER because it’s all the flavors of a summertime s’more, but elevated.

It’s like all the fun of a campfire, except...

August 8, 2017

Since I told you in the Watermelon Honey Granita post that I want to give you several recipes that allow you to spend less time in the kitchen and more time enjoying the summer with your friends, families, dogs, kids…cat (No? Just me? Okay.) We continued on with my Low...

August 8, 2017

          

Don’t worry. Despite it’s moniker “Frogmore Stew”, this iconic dish is neither made with frogs nor is it a stew. But it IS however completely delicious. It was created in the 60’s by a fisherman in South Carolina w...

August 3, 2017

Sometimes when a cook, baker, blogger, artist or just creatively-minded person needs inspiration they turn to many different methods. Some people seek solitude and nature, some turn to other artistic methods like painting, art museums, etc, and some simply take a break...

August 2, 2017

How delectable does this little fruit cobbler look? It’s actually a very untraditional cobbler in that the base is less streusel-like and more crepe batter-like in it’s consistency. It’s a very thin watery base but that’s good. It’s added to the pan FIRST and then the...

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