I’m a savory person… which means that cranberry sauce is my least favorite of Thanksgiving dishes, but I still make a cranberry sauce every year out of tradition. I’ve created a different cranberry recipe every holiday from a boozy compote to a spicy jelly, but frankly, cranberry feels too dessert-y to eat with my turkey […]
My feijoa tree is dropping less and less fruit every day, and I feel the end of the season is near. I managed to gather one last basket full of feijoas last week, which turned out to be the perfect amount for a batch of preserves. Now I know what you might be thinking… Noooo! […]
I’m back… back with another recipe to take down that new harvest of feijoas this week. I’ve been quite enjoying the feijoa salsa I made last week, but truth be told, I need a little break from feijoa-eating as that last jar is still staring at me every time I open the fridge. So, I […]
I have a beautiful feijoa tree in my backyard that’s likely 30 (or more) years old, and every spring it blossoms with clusters of small (and amazingly sweet) pink and white edible flowers. In the summer these flowers turn into dull green, egg-shaped and egg-sized fruits called feijoas (Acca sellowiana). They’re native to Brazil and […]
With a title such as this, I probably don’t need to extol the virtues of why baked banana donuts with chocolate hazelnut glaze should top your list for breakfast this week. Or every week, as I might find happening in my kitchen… but only because my banana trees (or, more accurately, banana plants) have been […]
The name of this salad is quite a mouthful, but not as much a mouthful as your first bite of this fresh and crisp, sweet and creamy, savory and buttery all-in-one concoction. In most recipes there’s usually a star, a standout ingredient that really makes it. But in this one, I can’t really choose among […]
Strawberries. Fresh. From my berry patch!