Selma won Food52’s Contest for “Your Best One Pot Meal” back in January 2014 for this chicken dish, which I’ve had tagged to cook up for nearly a year.
The purpose of this post is to invite those of my readers who knew the wonderful Selma Jeevanjee to participate in a tribute to her.
Do you ever get that feeling when you’re eating a pasta dish that you wish you had more pasta?
I’ve got a nice solution to the the dilemma of what to eat for dinner or pack for lunch during a busy work week when your cupboards and refrigerator may not be overflowing.
One of the things I’ve been doing a lot of since returning to work full time is roasting vegetables at night, after dinner, while I’m on my evening stroll.
I am honored to be co-hosting this week’s Fiesta Friday #55 (click to join) party with my dear friend and talented cook Suzanne@apuginthekitchen.
It’s been a while since I inventoried what was In My Kitchen, but my recent awesome success with the progeny of Celia@figjamandlimecordial’s sourdough starter Priscilla (Celia is the wonderwoman with a blog that’s a trove of cooking information, recipes and fun and who hosts In My Kitchen monthly), reminded me to pitch in.
I am thrilled to report that, thanks to the generosity of Celia @figjamandimecordial and Selma @selmastable, I have a sourdough starter that is a perky and virile.
I recently stumbled upon a neat trick to cook barley quickly and make its nutrients more available to the bod: sprouting overnight in kombucha spiked water.
Have you ever eaten heirloom beans, cooked slowly with nothing but water and maybe a bay leaf? If it doesn’t sound too appetizing, scout some out . . . . you are in for a big surprise. Here in California we are lucky to have easy access to Rancho Gordo heirloom beans. Not only do they have an astounding number of beans including Red Nightfall,…
With a bounty of roses in our front yard I decided to make an Ayurvedic recipe for Rose Petal Spread, also known as Gulkand,
I wanted to make something really special for this second installment of The Novice Gardener’s Fiesta Friday’s 1 year Anniversary Party, so I chose to adapt a recipe from a cookbook written by one of my favorite restauranteurs, Charles Phan.
I’m getting all poshed up for a very special occasion, the 1 Year Anniversary of Fiesta Friday, the genius child of Angie @thenovicegardener. Angie is a talented and warm-hearted blogger, cook and gardener who is responsible for bringing many of us bloggers together now as fellow friendly feasters. Thank you Angie for the invitation a year ago, and for keeping the party alive…