In honor of her 100th birthday, I’m sharing a classic recipe from Miss Child that exemplifies the summer season and her flair for flavor. Santé Julia!
Yes, these are tortillas deep-fried in oil. But we don’t eat them all the time; the tortillas we use are small and basically, they taste just so damn good on family taco night.
I’ve always associated radicchio with cold winter months, but for the first time, I’ve managed to successfully grow summer radicchio.
The goal of summer entertaining is making it relaxed, fresh and enjoyable— even for the hostess.
I’m currently lusting over this basket ricotta cheese from Bellwether Farms. And like most recipes on the site, it’s all about combining well-chosen, in-season ingredients to create simple, delicious food…it just takes a “few good men” to make for some pretty happy women.
This cobbler is a great way to welcome ripe summer flavors, courtesy of Thomas Keller.
This recipe and grilling techniques will be great additions to your Memorial Day barbecue; I often make these lamb burgers for easy summer entertaining.
The other day I decided to be a little creative with the leftover watermelon for a nice lunch with friends. This recipe turns some pretty basic ingredients into a beautifully composed and enticingly delicious course.
What makes this tomato salad special…
Can a summer appetizer get any more classic than melon and cured ham?