These delicate pickled onions make a quick and easy condiment
Sauces & condiments
Bursting with flavor, these oven-roasted morsels will make any dish shine
Delicate and versatile. Infusing olive oil is easier than you might think
What’s a Thanksgiving feast without a deliciously tart cranberry sauce? Here’s a modern remix of the perennial Thanksgiving favorite. Spiked with ginger, cardamom and a touch of chili pepper, this cranberry chutney is a bold and exotic take on the classic cranberry sauce. Dried figs and a dash of Cointreau […]
Once you’ve tasted freshly made ricotta, you can’t help but be hooked! The first time I did was in Tuscany. The cheese was so fresh, it was still warm! I’ll never forget the experience. How could something so simple be so delicious?
What are capers? Capers are the tiny buds of the caper bush, a shrub-like plant with shiny leaves and delicate white flowers, adorned with graceful violet stamens. After being harvested and pickled in salt and vinegar, these buds become the intensely flavored and salty little morsels that are so beloved […]
I created this vinaigrette to drizzle on these grilled vegetable napoleons. But once I tasted it, I knew it deserved its own spot on this blog. Not only is it fabulous with anything grilled, it turns out to be a great salad dressing too, especially with summer vegetables.
This flavorful coulis can be used as a dip for fritters, finger foods and grilled sandwiches, as a sauce for appetizers or main courses, or as a condiment. In the summer and fall, you can make it with vine-ripened tomatoes. In the winter and spring, use organic canned tomatoes. Either […]
Homemade Crème Fraîche is not only very easy to make, it tastes better than any bought Crème Fraîche.
Honey infused with fresh herbs and spices are not only delicious and easy to make, they make great holiday gifts – all from your own kitchen. Here Viviane Bauquet Farre shares her recipe for making many different kinds of infused honeys.
Classic heirloom tomato sauce Spaghetti sauce, homemade from scratch. Your ancestors would be proud!
What to do with so many tomatoes?! Having good friends who are farmers is certainly very inspiring when you spend most of your time behind a stove! But it was never as inspiring as when my dear friend Nevia, owner of Bodhi Tree Farm [link], called out of the blue […]
I came up with this recipe a few years ago, when I’d had a bumper-harvest of mint. It’s truly heavenly, and not as minty as you might think. Along with the mint, I add parsley, meaty walnuts, a bit of lemon zest to balance the flavors, garlic (a must), Parmesan […]