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There are some weeks when I go shopping and all I throw in my cart is junk. I grab lots of cheeses (soft, creamy brie is a favorite) and crackers (wheat crackers are good for me!), ice cream (It’s for … Continue reading
I had to share this Minimally Invasive Field to Feast post with you all because Rajas (roasted poblanos) con Crema is one of my absolute favorite dishes. Plus, Amy’s photographs are stunning and I just love looking at them. This … Continue reading
If you’ve read more than a few of my posts you know that I have lots of ‘things’ – things that irk me, things that make me cringe, things that I love, things that I cannot live without. Some of … Continue reading
Welcome to my very first “Field to Feast” post! I hope you will enjoy the recipes and photos that Amy Roth of Minimally Invasive and I (Kasha Bialas of The FarmGirl Cooks) have in store for you this season. Our … Continue reading
or…. they eat flowers, don’t they? I do, for sure. In fact, at this time of year, when our homegrown onions are sprouty and bound for the compost heap, I get antsy for all things allium. I’m starting to panic … Continue reading
WE HAVE A WINNER! Congratulations go to ‘winning mama’ DANIELLE! I’ll be contacting you via email, so please respond with your mailing address so I can ship your package right away. Thanks so much to all who participated in my Tiny Kitchen … Continue reading
It’s spring. It’s finally. Officially. Spring. Spring: the season of renewal and rebirth and clarity that follows a long mental and physical hibernation. It’s that time of year when the birds start singing and the trees are starting to bud … Continue reading