Posole with poblanos and cabbage

Posole

Posole won't be discovered by a Hollywood producer while sitting at a lunch counter, and it'll never be a leading man, but what it's got you don't need eyes to appreciate. Posole's indecisively green and maybe could be a little thinner. Posole's so homely, cabbage dresses it up. Posole's … Continue reading
Apple Tart with Salted Caramel by Amy Roth Photo

Gluten-Free Salted Caramel Apple Tart

I'm not sure what came over me last weekend, but the idea of a salted caramel apple tart just worked its way into my imagination and wouldn't let go. It was entirely too specific to be denied — an apple tart would've been fine, even an apple crisp, but this HAD to have salted caramel, and had to … Continue reading
Blueberry & Coriander Gravlax with Quick Pickles

Gravlax with a Twist

Gravlax is something I only think to make a couple of times a year, and then kick myself for not having it at least monthly. It's incredibly simple to make — the only difficulty is leaving enough refrigerator space for a few days' curing time — it keeps well and for much longer than you're … Continue reading
Seasonal Salads mini e-cookbook by Darcie Hunter and Amy Roth.

Seasonal Salads

Welcome to the unofficial start of summer, everyone. With Memorial Day upon us and May being National Salad Month, I can think of no better time to introduce you to my latest collaboration with Darcie Hunter of Gourmet Creative. We wanted to do a fun project on our own and realized that, between … Continue reading
Pomelo Sorbet with Ginger

Gingered Pomelo Sorbet

Do you do pomelo? The first time I had one, I had no idea about the pith situation, nor the thick skin on the segments and had a time with it. I'd heard they were delicious, saw one at a market, and picked it up for lunch thinking it'd be a nutritious option and I'd get to try something new to … Continue reading