Two years ago, my friend Samantha mentioned that if I ever found myself with a ton of zucchini she had a recipe for me. Boy, was she right.
A lunch stop at The Purple Pig in Chicago had me craving this dip for the past week, luckily it was easy to recreate.
My Meyer lemon tree was already bearing fruit before the move, so when it gifted me lemons, I made sorbet!
Pozole is a traditional Mexican pork and hominy stew. It has a rustic vibe with a fresh, spicy flavor that is simply delicious.
Savory tarts are often overlooked, and it’s a shame because they are such delicious showcases for fresh produce.
For a lack of a better term, these are coconut crack.
This cheese dip, (if you can call it that, it’s seems a little too refined to share a title with cheddar and beer dip) got rave reviews at a recent party, with multiple recipe requests.
Our friends Bill and Cookie first introduced us to stone crabs (sounds like they gave us an unpleasant disease, doesn’t it?). They would ship in stone crab from Florida for special occasions or just a really bitchin’ Sunday until they discovered stone crab on our local Santa Barbara docks. How cool is that?
I have yet to witness anyone scoop up a bite of mousse with one of these cuties without an impish grin appearing on their face.