I always know summer is coming when our beloved mulberry bush is bursting with deliciously ripe, sweet and sometimes tart, fruit. This mulberry syrup uses up what we have in the garden and it feels like such a treat served over iced sparkling water.
This cobbler is a great way to welcome ripe summer flavors, courtesy of Thomas Keller.
Those of you with gardens know that you tend to harvest a lot of the same ingredients—all at once. Right now, it’s potatoes. A lot of potatoes.
It sort of surprises me now, but from a young age (I think I was about eight) my mom always let me make the salad dressing for dinner. It was usually some variation of Italian, sometimes creamy, sometimes not, but it always made me feel important.
Carrots are growing like crazy in my garden right now, which is a perfect excuse for this cake that I absolutely love. Moist, tender and delicious, this recipe is a keeper.
I received a reminder e-mail this morning that this is the last day of the One King’s Lane Pinterest challenge to create a board inspired by your most glorious summer day.
There is something about lemonade that screams summer— the simple, fun, carefree days of summer. Even though some lemons are technically a winter fruit, my Eureka lemons are on my tree year round.
I’ve made cherry clafouti before, but this was by the far the easiest recipe I’ve tried (and it was very forgiving with my limited pantry situation).
I love chicken salad. It’s pure comfort food– a surge of protein with a mayo chaser, what’s not to love? Here’s my latest take on this classic, inspired by the green spring onions and basil in my garden.
Strawberries with sour cream and brown sugar is a second-generation dessert close to my heart.