One of my favorite treats at the Minnesota State Fair is a honey and sunflower seed ice cream. It inspired this honey almond ice cream recipe that has the perfect combination of floral honey flavors and a touch of nuttiness.
As a café owner, most of my time is spent being concerned about scarcity; but at times I can see that what we do have to share happens by tending to the things that matter.
This Bruschetta recipe is a favorite summer appetizer when fresh tomatoes and basil are plentiful. For great bruschetta use a good baguette that compliments the flavors in the tomatoes and basil.
Peruvian Style Trout Ceviche showcases the simplicity of one of Peru’s favorite dishes. Light and refreshing yet flavorful, this ceviche recipe is easy to make with just a handful of ingredients.
This simple frittata recipe is easy to make for a quick weekday breakfast or brunch. Once you learn the technique for making frittata you can use any combination of ingredients you like.
I get a little giddy when fresh tomatoes take over my favorite farmers market in late summer. Giddy because it takes tomatoes forever to show up and they’re gone in an instant.
A simple way to create an eye-popping presentation is to serve roasted Brussels sprouts still on the stalk. The secret to this roasted Brussel sprouts recipe is how olive oil, lemon juice, and honey add flavor as the sprouts roast.
This Pan Fried Trout with Lemon and Capers recipe is a delicious way to prepare trout or any other mild, white fish. This piccata-style recipe also works for chicken, veal, and pork scallopini.
Smoky mayonnaise is a great way to bring a garlicky, smoky flavor to potato salads, roast beef sandwiches, and burgers. This homemade smoky mayo recipe gets its tasty flavors from smoked paprika, garlic, and apple cider vinegar.