I don’t know about you, but I adore cabbage. I like it in soups, slaws and tacos … boiled, raw or sautéed. And if it’s fermented, all the better. So when the folks at Farmhouse Culture reached out to introduce themselves and their kraut to me, I was all ears….
In the mood for comfort food? Here’s a relatively healthy option for you: ricotta and sun-dried tomato turkey meatballs with balsamic ketchup and roasted teeny tiny potatoes. The meal is quick to prepare and the oven does all the heavy lifting.
Scones. You either love them or you loathe them. Give me a big cup of hot coffee, and I could easily put away two or three (if they’re wee). But I have a feeling even haters will enjoy these tender, golden pastries.
It’s been more than six months since I’ve had a taste of cranola. I quit baking it cold turkey after realizing I put on a few pounds from eating too much of the sweet snack. But it was my friend’s birthday the other day, so I whipped up a batch to bring to her party.
I wasn’t kidding when I said two weeks ago that I am on a seafood kick. In fact, fish is my preferred source of protein lately. First, it’s quick and easy to cook. And second, it’s a pleasant alternative to chicken.
Have you ever eaten stingray? I was among the uninitiated until recently. Now if anyone asks, I can unequivocally say, “I’ve tried it!” Since stingray doesn’t appear on many restaurant menus in the States, you may be wondering how I scored a taste.