Besides making lists, a key element to getting dinner on the table after work is advance prep. Rainy Sundays are perfect because I get to spend the day doing what I love most without the pressure of having to take the kids outside before they kill each other. It might be Lord of the Flies […]
I’d been having one of those cravings lately that are all encompassing and border on obsessive. This time, all I could think about was French onion soup and its cheesy, rich goodness… so satisfying on a cold, dreary day.
When I got to Whole Foods yesterday, I had the intention of doing something with winter vegetables. I was recently shamed by a produce guy when I made some comment about the lack of arugula or something and he tells me how there’s a drought in California and that it might mean we’ll all have […]
This post is about pulled pork barbeque. If you thought it was about something else, I’m sorry to disappoint.
The soup came out amazingly well. So, as promised, here’s the recipe: Minestrone 1/4 pound pancetta, finely chopped 1 to 2 onions 4 to 6 carrots 4 to 6 celery stalks 2 bunches green chard 1 28-ounce can chopped tomatoes, including juice 2 cans cannellini beans, drained and rinsed 2 + quarts of water 1 […]