Because everyone needs a summer raspberry cake recipe.
Month: July 2021
These BBQ quinoa and pinto bean burgers are everything you might want in a bean burger. They are packed full of flavor from the barbecue sauce, garlic, green onions, and cheese. And they’re sturdy enough to hold all the toppings you might want. No mushy …
I finally have an Ooni pizza dough recipe that is both reliably easy to work with and tasty. And I think we may also have the Ooni pizza oven figured out.Continue reading An Ooni Pizza Dough Recipe and the Ooni Learning Curve
This jalapeño raspberry Bramble is a spicy twist on yet another classic gin cocktail. It’s made for sipping alongside your favorite Mexican meal or other spicy food. The original Bramble is a modern cocktail created by Dick Bradsell made with a dry gin, lemon juice, …
This watermelon panzanella is a marriage between a poorly risen sourdough (a long story) turned into homemade sourdough croutons and a large watermelon that happened to be sitting on my countertop. And that happy union became a variation on a classic summer salad.Continue reading Watermelon Panzanella with Sourdough Croutons
This tuna pesto pasta recipe was inspired by the linguine with tuna, lemon, and rocket (Linguine al Tonno, Limone, e Rughetta) that I first made with Diane Seed in Rome over a decade ago. It’s a quick and simple weeknight pasta that I have been making ever since.
It was only by chance that I ended up spending those days in Rome. I was supposed to go to Peru, but landslides closed Machu Picchu. And so a last minute change in plans sent me to Rome and Venice, two cities that I didn’t expect to love half as much as I did. Throughout my blog, you’ll see lessons I learned in Rome during three days of one on one cooking in Diane Seed’s kitchen.Continue reading A Tuna Pesto Pasta Recipe with Arugula Spinach Pesto