Adapted from a recipe in Saveur magazine. Have you tried making pesto with kale? Delicious. And no telling how long kale will still be coming in, so enjoy while you can. Blanching the kale keeps the pesto a bright green. Not entirely necessary, but a nice touch.
This recipe is adapted from one at seriouseats.com. If you have some peppers around, they’re a great addition.
This recipe comes from Cook’s Country magazine.
Adapted from a recipe from Everyday Food. Up the sugar to a tablespoon or a little more, and use either granulated or brown sugar, to make more of a bread-and-butter type pickle. These are refrigerator pickles and they’ll keep for about a month. Yummy with tomato sandwiches. Let them sit for at least 24 hours before you try them.
This recipe is adapted from Fine Cooking magazine.
This recipe is from “A Change of Appetite” by Diana Henry. Joe Reynolds of Love is Love Farm brings shiso leaves to the East Atlanta Village Farmers Market when it is in season.
This week I’ve been reading “Cooking for Mr. Latte” by Amanda Hesser, former food editor of the New York Times. All this week’s recipes come from that book – a lovely combination of memoir and cookbook.
A quick recipe from Prevention magazine.
Yay! The first of the garlic. A recipe from seriouseats.com.