Want a healthier, tastier salad? Try making your own dressings. It’s not difficult. Here’s a dressing using garden herbs Continue reading
A light drizzle of oil, sprinkling of salt and pepper, and a short stay in a hot oven will help bring out the natural sweetness of locally grown carrots. When a vegetable is grown locally, picked ripe, and eaten in season, it doesn’t need much fiddling with.
Note- This recipe won’t work well with industrially raised carrots shipped from far away Continue reading
Many years ago I remember eating a fresh tomato sauce that tasted just what I thought Marinara should taste like; fresh, light, garlicky, with a hint of basil, all complimenting the sweet tomatoes. It was from a local Italian restaurant, and ever since, my goal has been to reproduce it at home. I think this recipe does it. Continue reading