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

Tuna Tartare

After a few weeks of indulging in near-daily holiday sweets and rich goodies (an occupational hazard, if nothing else), I start to crave simple, clean foods with salty profiles. It's when tuna tartare and the like step right into the spotlight, and they don't leave until well after the new … Continue reading
Fresh dill

Field to Feast: Dill

When Kasha suggested dill as an ingredient for this week's Field to Feast challenge, I was stumped. It doesn't grow well on my deck, so I never have it around and therefore haven't really experimented with it beyond the occasional pickles or recipes here and there that call for it. So perhaps this … Continue reading

Food, glorious food

The Ringwood Farmers' Market has opened for the season, and I rejoice. Don't ask me how, but I managed to restrain myself and only had to make two trips back to the car during shopping on opening weekend. It's so wonderful to have gorgeous produce at my disposal again; it was an obscenely long … Continue reading

Da posto

Time passed, and it was decreed that cook eat FRET needed a little root work, and thus made her pilgrimage to New York. She's the outgoing sort who has food-blogger friends from all over the country (world, at this point?), so Gil and I met up with her, Zen Can Cook and Colloquial Cooking for … Continue reading