They’re back! It’s the season again for ramps aka: wild leeks. For a time I thought they only grew wild in the eastern U.S. but now I realize that they also grow Canada. Like some strong cheeses, their “fragrance” is
I received a Tuscan cookbook a few years ago from my husband, who, I am sure had no ulterior motives! I’ve been reading that Italians have a thing for wild spring greens. Foraging for them like crazy. Eating only root
Last fall we were invited to have dinner with friend’s. They are very creative, excellent chefs/cooks and it’s always a pleasure sharing a meal with them. Many years ago, my mother had given me a bag of quince and I
A truly wonderful dessert from Bon Appetit Magazine. The crust can easily be made the day before and kept in the fridge until needed. The caramel is not difficult. Use a light coloured pan so you can closely watch for the
I think this is not only a beautiful tasting soup but is smooth, creamy, with an absolutely gorgeous colour. If you don’t like cilantro, you can substitute it with parsley. You will be missing the boost of exotic flavor though!
This delicious egg dish can be served for a brunch, lunch or a light main coarse. It’s very good! Makes 6 Servings 2 lbs. asparagus, trimmed (see below) 6 thick, large slices of country style bread 1 Tbsp. vinegar 6