Seeing as it’s late summer, my garden is absolutely overflowing right now. It’s not overflowing in the mid-summer “this is so new and exciting” kind of way. It’s overflowing in a little bit of the overwhelming kind of way. I’ve got tomatoes for days, more […]
Connecting People & Travel Through Cooking
Sometimes the best recipe inspiration comes from the simplest ingredients – these recipes inspired by perfect produce coming out of my garden and farmers’ markets show exactly that!
There are few things better than eating fresh vegetables from your garden or farmers’ market. There’s something about the intense seasonality of it that feels so satisfying. When the fresh produce gets going, it’s best enjoyed simply so you can really taste the flavors of […]
One of the best things about farmers’ markets is the variety of produce you can find compared to traditional grocery stores. Going to a market is always my favorite way to experience a new city or place. I love spotting heirloom varieties of already favorite […]
Italian frittata is just about as easy and versatile breakfast dish you could ask for. It’s endlessly customizable, sustaining, and has none of the complexities of quiche or omelettes. Once you add frittata to your breakfast repertoire, you’ll find yourself making it again and again. […]
Lemon and garlic. Two ingredients that when used in combination will knock your taste buds straight to the middle of the Mediterranean. I particularly think of Italy when it comes to lemons, and my fridge is never not without a few on hand. The Amalfi […]
What to do when you got your hands on fresh mozzarella, and you want to make caprese salad but it’s not yet tomato season? Yea, yea I know you can buy tomatoes year round at grocery stores. But we’re talking about a dish with under […]