If you add the last few weeks up, it has been a total of 2200 degrees outside. My tomatoes finally gave up the ghost. There are still some small ones on the vine, but will no doubt be poached by some no-account squirrel (furry, small, heartless bastard). I can’t believe they appreciate the subtle delicacy […]
Focaccia is a great way to feed a crowd on the cheap. This weekend, we had some people over and I did two styles: artichoke, rosemary and tomato, caramelized onion. Both were topped with a generous amount of olive oil before baking. Another great focaccia feature is that it holds well. You don’t need to […]
This is beginning to look like standard fare from Jesse and his gang at Dai Due. Another notification of items of goodness for sale: Kielbasa, Duck Boudin Noir, Boudin Blanc, Country Style Sausage, Chorizo, Rillettes, Sauces, Stock and Lard (O, my). No fear, the supper club is still in full effect, but they are taking […]
I just expanded the functionality of the site. So, if you like, you can post a comment to any of the entries. Also, you can follow with RSS. The transfer was smooth, except the post dates got screwed up. So, now it looks like my site is only one week old and I posted 450 […]
They say everything from a home garden tastes better. I don’t know if that is true, but my carrots taste rock’n! They should, they took long enough to grow. Now, what to do with them. Carrot sticks?
Nobody like a showoff. But, being a good patriot, I like to stand up and lend a voice to things that are making the world a better place. And to that, I give you Rosita’s Al Pastor. Word has it, they are roasting their pork on a vertical spit, with a pineapple on top. Old […]