Sides

Summer

Baked Pita Chips and Fruit Salsa

Laura likes to raz me about my affection for corn chips. And you know what? I don’t care – I love corn chips and I don’t care who knows it.

Vegetables

Edamame Guacamole

I often go on food benders. I’ll find a dish I fall in love with and then eat it every day for a month. I’m still on my Jennifer Aniston

Spring

Artichoke, Gruyere and Spinach Savory Bread Pudding

I remember when Scarlett was real little. I was killing some time one afternoon after a Gymboree class and got to talking to another mom. Her one daughter was nearly

By Ingredient

Lisa’s Letters Home: Brioche, And a Farewell to my Kitchen

Today, we bid farewell to our kitchen. Goodbye, 80s monstrosity with your lack of counter space. So long, painted (peeling) wall tiles. Adieu, junk drawer that we could never fully

Summer

Gluten Free Stuffed Peppers

One of the worst/best things about cottaging is all the cooking one has to do. On the one hand it is a never ending production line, on the other hand,

By Season

Corn Succotash

It’s simply impossible to look at, eat or even discuss succotash – the classic Southern vegetable dish – without someone invoking Sylvester the Cat’s famous line: “Sufferin’ Succotash!” So, let’s

Sides

Gluten Free Black Bean and Corn Salsa

It’s hot out there. Like really really hot. The kind of hot that makes you want to lie down with a cold drink and breathe quietly in the dark. But

Sides

Creamy Potato Salad

It was not easy deciding on which kind of recipe to make for our salad theme this week. As Laura kindly mentioned in her post earlier this week, I’m rather

Picnics & BBQs

Gluten Free Roasted Vegetable Quinoa Salad

You know the way Laura and Ceri feel about pancakes? Well, that’s how I feel about quinoa salad. I just love the stuff, in no small part because the work

By Season

Maple Baked Beans

Are baked beans as a brunch side dish a Canadian thing? I think they might be. Not that I wouldn’t like to eat them for lunch or dinner but there’s