Sunchokes, also known as Jerusalem Artichokes, are all over the winter farmers markets here in Seattle. Finally in our third winter, I tried them. The texture is similar to a potato, especially with this recipe. I would like to try some other … Continue reading
I love the flavor of preserved lemons. My favorite way to use them is mixed with rice under a curry. You get little tangy bites every once in while that really add to the dish. I just made a new … Continue reading
I’ve been looking forward to testing Plenty for a long time. I bought it for a friend last summer and wanted it ever since. I finally received a copy for Christmas and there are lots of recipes to try. This … Continue reading
I’ve made “oven fried” chicken before but this recipe sounded easy so we tried it again. The chicken was moist despite being very overcooked (love my new Thermapen)! Next time, I would use our usual milk, egg wash, flour and panko crust … Continue reading
My first recipe of the year is Lemon Cumin Dal from Michael Ruhlman’s Twenty. I have made a similar recipe in the past with so-so results but I really liked this one. Sauteing the spice mixture in butter brought out … Continue reading
I own a ton of cookbooks so my New Year’s resolution is to actually use them. I buy cookbooks after seeing recipes online or browsing through them at Williams Sonoma only to have them sit on a shelf while I … Continue reading
Strawberry-Rhubarb Jam was the first project of the season! I used a recipe from Saveur and am pretty happy with the results.