I’m always getting unusual things from the Farmers Market, if you know me you know I love new experiences. On a recent visit, I brought back white Sonora White Wheat Berries. Lucky for me my farmer’s market friends advised me on what to do. Thanks Eric and Emma! I’m putting everything to good use! Cooking White Sonora Wheat Berries like … Read More
I was at the Gilbert Farmer’s Market and picked up fennel from Agritopia and grapefruits from Phil’s Farm. I created a fennel, grapefruit and mint salad. It’s delicious and refreshing. Here’s the very easy recipe: 2 grapefruits peeled and cut slices in half 1 bulb of fennel thinly sliced for bite sizes handful of fresh mint – we grow our … Read More
What do you do with a can of tuna, mango, avocado, onion, lemon and dill? Well you mix all together adding a dash of salt and pepper, and a table spoon of olive oil. This is a deviation from Amy Lieberman’s recipe she uses fennel instead of dill. This very easy to make summer salad is very refreshing.
Ponte Fresco is my special place for fresh chopped salads. I’ve been going there for the past 6 months as frequently as twice a week. My favorite mix greens are spinach and romaine lettuce. I ask to mix into the greens either chicken or salmon, chickpeas, olives, broccoli, artichokes, and sweet peas. All fresh! Then the theatre portion of Ponte … Read More
New York, New York – There are many places in Mid-town to go for the quickie lunch. The basic salad bar place, bistro, and sandwich shop. While strolling around, I discovered Hale and Hearty Soup. It’s a soup place with a wide variety of hot and chilled soups and stews. There was a bit of a chill in the air … Read More
It’s all about great Food! I have that recipe from Cowboy Ciao for Stetson Chopped Salad, which serves two. Israeli or Pearl Cous Cous (cooked) 2 oz Arugula 2 oz. chopped Roma tomatoes 2 oz. diced Smoked salmon 1 1/2 oz. Asiago cheese 1/2 oz. Pepitas 1/2 oz. Black currants 1/2 oz. Super sweet dried corn 1 oz. Pesto Buttermilk … Read More