Feeds:
Posts
Comments

by Sarah Steimer

Avocado-lime ice pops

These creamy (and rather healthy) ice pops were surprisingly refreshing — thanks to the lime, most likely. I can imagine what a splash of tequila would add to these pops…

Continue Reading »

by Caitlin Saniga

Three-beet salad with purple potatoes, red beans and sauerkraut

My family heritage is partially Ukrainian and Slovakian, but I somehow missed out on world of beets and borscht while I was growing up. Now that I’ve discovered my love of beets, I’m making up for lost time.


Continue Reading »

by Sarah Steimer

Chickpea, quinoa and feta salad with dill

The original recipe called for barley, not quinoa, but I was aiming to use what I already had in the pantry. You could also probably use rice or another available grain.

Continue Reading »

by Caitlin Saniga

Dark gazpacho with sesame and rice wine vinegar

This Asian-style gazpacho takes a lot of cues from the traditional chilled soup, and I really loved the depth that toasting the bread and sesame seeds added to the flavor. With that in mind, I served this soup with sourdough bread toasts.

Continue Reading »

by Sarah Steimer

Squash blossoms with ricotta, corn and black beans and a roasted jalapeno chimichurri

Why not another squash blossom recipe! I you’re going to make some, go all out. Still not sold on edible flowers? At the very least, bookmark this amazing roasted jalapeno chimichurri sauce.

Continue Reading »

by Sarah Steimer

Squash blossoms with goat cheese, lavender and honey

I’ve been dying to make squash blossoms, but I’m always too late to the farmer’s market to nab a fresh bunch. Not only did I get a bunch recently — but they were buy-one-get-one! It took a little bit of time to gently work with the blossoms, but it was so worth it. These crispy and creamy little purses are phenomenal.

Continue Reading »

by Caitlin Saniga

Strawberry-lemon and ginger-peach striped popsicles

Ginger-peach and strawberry-lemon popsicles would be delicious served separately, but striping them together makes them even more delicious — like chocolate-vanilla twist ice cream, only better.


Continue Reading »

Follow

Get every new post delivered to your Inbox.

Join 516 other followers