Can little tweaks in method transform your sourdough bread?
La hora del Vermut
There's happy hour, but how about Vermouth hour? I think it would improve morale. These are one of the easiest pre-meal cocktails you can make. Chilled vermouth. Some add ice. Lemon or orange wedge, maybe a few olives. Perfect summer drink to drink while you're getting dinner ready. Salud! Sent from Mail for Windows 10
seed love is true love
This year as we started seeds for the garden, Dorene Pasekoff of Hill Creek Farm introduced me to Truelove Seeds, Owen Taylor's seed keeping labor of love in Philly, where "The story is in the seed."
You can’t pass up the chance to try Maria cookies in any of their several varieties. It’s not hoarding if your kids will eat them within the week!
beekeeping inspiration: pure spring blossom honey
This is my second year keeping bees. Every day shows me that there is a lot more to learn. The bees are good teachers, but sometimes it's hard to interpret the lessons! For that you need a couple of experts who can tell you what to expect and answer your questions.
Maybe you have seen candied violets as a garnish on fancy desserts or cocktails, but we're celebrating a more homey preparation of this springtime flower
fig recipe for fall
These green and black figs will never ripen, but don't give up--with this recipe for candied figs, you can still enjoy them during the long winter months
Dinner with Daniel: “Late Summer Paella Dinner” (Photo Gallery)
Dinner with Daniel: “Sin Fronteras” (Photo Gallery)
“Dinner with Daniel: Sin Fronteras” – Saturday, July 15, 2017
In 2015, Keyla Nogueira Cook and I hosted a Dinner with Daniel. It was such a success that we promised to do it again someday. Well, someday is now! It will be bigger, for 20 people, and we will serve a blend of Brazilian and Spanish flavors. Get your tickets now for "Dinner with Daniel: …
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