Root vegetable hash browns with fresh turmeric sauce and fried eggs

Sometimes synchronicity is a magical thing… and it’s because of such magic that I discovered fresh turmeric.

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Root vegetable hash browns with scallions

Potatoes might be the most popular vegetable to make hash browns, but other root veggies lend themselves marvelously to this beloved comfort food. Here baby potatoes are mixed with sweet potatoes, carrots and parsnips – giving these hash browns heaps of texture, color and flavor.

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Pumpkin muffins with orange zest and rosemary

Come sugar pumpkin season, these muffins are one of the first things I’ll cook. Fresh pumpkin not only fills the house with a heavenly scent; it also makes a deliciously light and flavorful purée that can be used in all kinds of dishes, including these delicious muffins.

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Scrambled eggs with chives and Chanterelles

These French-style scrambled eggs are the creamiest, most luxurious eggs you’ll ever eat! The secret? Cooking them in a double boiler at a slow simmer. This dish is actually extremely simple, and so is the list of ingredients. But when you make it with care and use farm-fresh eggs and just-picked Chanterelles, it’ll transport you to heavenly realms.

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Broccoli and clothbound cheddar torta

A torta (not to be confused with a tortilla, which is an omelet) is the Spanish version of a crustless quiche, although it’s a bit lighter. It is easy to prepare, looks like a showpiece, and of course, it’s marvelously delicious.

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