I’m going to let you in on the secret to making the fluffiest eggs you’ve ever had in your life. Michael Ruhlman shared it with us when the CompostMaster and I (and many others) had lunch with him at Fearrington House during the promotional tour for his new book Egg: A Culinary Exploration of the [...]
The weather is finally warming up, but a rainy day calls for a good bowl of chili no matter the season. I wasn’t in the mood for Quinoa and Lentil Chili and I didn’t want to use meat or poultry.
I remembered that my friend Marnely over at Cooking with Books had posted a recipe for [...]
Root vegetables are plants whose roots enlarge to the point that they are edible. Think carrots, parsnips (which look like white carrots) and turnips. Inexpensive and easily accessible in the colder months, root vegetables are nutritional powerhouses. Let’s give them one last shout-out before we move on to the peas and asparagus of Spring.
The list [...]