Spinach Tortellini Soup
Hello February, you old so and so. Grey skies that vacillate between snow and rain, ice, sleet, and hail. We know what your game is. But guess what we have to fight against you? Soup. Delicious, simple, and comforting soup.
Blueberry and Goat Cheese Salad
The first time I made this salad, it was for a “beef party” we threw. I had just finished a big food writing job, and – hoo boy – did we have a lot of meat to eat. Chili, meatloaf, grilled steak with two sauces – yup. It was a…
Heirloom Tomato, Tomatillo and Scallion Flatbread
Well, here we are. It’s December 5th, and it’s dark as pitch by 4 p.m. Memories of summer produce are pretty much just that. A memory. Or, so I thought. And then yesterday I spotted heirloom tomatoes in the grocery store.
Summer Pasta with Asparagus and Mint
Mint is one of those things that you have, and kind of wonder what to do with. Sure, we all make mint juleps and maybe throw some fresh mint in brownies – but then what?
Ginger’s Grilled Sugar Plum Salad
(Note: In no way was this salad endorsed by Jedd’s Aunt Ginger. However, since she gave me the sugar plums, I felt like she deserved a shout out. That said, I think she’d like it.)