Marinated Cheese in a Jar

I saw this technique in the March 2013 issue of Sunset and loved the idea. This recipe is attributed to David Tanis (a Chez Panisse alum) from his cookbook One Good Dish: The Pleasures of a Simple Meal.

I perused through this book on Amazon and a few recipes caught my eye . . . → Read More: Marinated Cheese in a Jar

Pasta BBT

BBT stands for Bacon, Basil and Tomato! Keep reading for a fun fall stopover too. . . . → Read More: Pasta BBT

Carne Asada Pizza with Chevre and Cilantro Sauce

I developed this restaurant inspired meal from a now defunct restaurant that has found new life as a food trailer. (And, another reminder to remember the Moore tornado victims.) . . . → Read More: Carne Asada Pizza with Chevre and Cilantro Sauce

February Secret Recipe Club: More beets

For Secret Recipe Club this month, I found another beet recipe: Roasted Beet Salad with Pear and Goat Cheese . . . → Read More: February Secret Recipe Club: More beets

Life without Goat Cheese? Here’s the latest CTB post: The U.S. of Arugula

Our read this time around was David Kamp’s The United States of Arugula. This was a great comprehensive history of food trends and food trend makers in America. . . . → Read More: Life without Goat Cheese? Here’s the latest CTB post: The U.S. of Arugula

Another great new appetizer: Not your ordinary cheese dip

Who knew there was a World Cheese Dip Championship? Here is a great recipe for Avocado Goat Cheese Dip that would get my vote! . . . → Read More: Another great new appetizer: Not your ordinary cheese dip

Fresh Salad with Baked Goat Cheese

Back from Santa Fe, picking tomatoes and fresh herbs from the green house and fresh greens from the hoop house. . . . → Read More: Fresh Salad with Baked Goat Cheese

CTB Post for “Harlot’s Sauce”: Greek Pizza, Anyone?

This “Memoir of Food, Family, Love, Loss and Greece” is the current pick for foodie inspiration from Cook the Books Club. Check out my Greek inspired pizza. OPA! . . . → Read More: CTB Post for “Harlot’s Sauce”: Greek Pizza, Anyone?