Monthly Archives: September 2011

From the Archives :: Early Fall Organic Tomato Jam

  If there is one ingredient that allows me to hold onto the lazy days of summer for a couple more weeks, it is the ever trusty tomato.  My garden, farmers’ market and specialty grocer are all still brimming with heirloom, roma, plum and cherry tomatoes alike — if only for a short while longer....

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Roasted Root Vegetables + Salted Coriander Butter

    Comfort food has been on my mind a lot lately.  Strangely, I’ve been craving foods from my childhood.  Things I would normally never gravitate towards.  Buttered egg noodles, for instance.  Don’t get me wrong, they’re pretty darn fantastic but it’s an odd anomaly for me, nonetheless. Maybe my body knows fall officially arrives...

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The Turning Point :: Organic Chicken, Roasted Poblano, Pumpkin + Black Bean Soup

  Oh, summer.  We’re going to miss you.  Your ruby watermelon, just-picked berries and luscious stone fruit will soon be just a memory.  Pomegranates, persimmons and hearty winter squash will begin to take your place at the farmers’ market as fall makes its slow debut. Although summer 2011 has two weeks left to live, we’re...

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Loving your Style :: Summer Melon + Feta Salad with Raspberry-Infused Aged Balsamic Reduction

  I’ve always had a secret love affair with watermelon.  In the summer, you’ll usually find a whole watermelon with the top sliced off perched on one of the shelves of my refrigerator.  Unlike most civilized people who carve the sugary melon into realistic portions to eat, I just take a spoon to it.  And, while...

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