Tomatoes and burrata…. what more do we need in life? Maybe some rose.
In the summer, simple food is sometimes the best.
Can we all just agree that tomato season is the best season?
When I have a ton of fresh tomatoes on hand, this is one of my favorite things to make.
Say that ten times fast. Low hanging joke-fruit? Maybe. But is it my only joke about tomatoes sounding like tonnato? Not by a long shot. 🙂 Somehow it is Monday night. My brain thinks it’s at least Tuesday. Dave and I are cuddling up in bed listening to Radio Lab. We are such podcast nuts […]
I love eggs. This will surprise no one who reads this blog with regularity. Is there a number of them per day/week that we aren’t supposed to eat? I’m sure there is a ceiling, but I hope I’m not close to it. Team healthy fat! Team protein! Dave was out of town this past weekend, […]
File this under “make it tomorrow.” There’s not a lot of time left to have peaches AND tomatoes. The end is nigh. Dave and I shared this for lunch, by the way. That’s a lotta burrata. And while I definitely *could* eat that much on my own, it’s probably not a good decision. I can’t […]
To enjoy the very best ingredients, the best thing to do is just keep things simple. And if you’ve been reading this blog for more than one summer, you know that I think that tomatoes are just about the best thing on planet Earth. And also, burrata. Enough said. Tonight after a very busy, fun […]
Get ready for the easiest, springiest appetizer you’ve ever laid eyes on. This tomato strawberry bruschetta makes a lot of sense when you think about it. Good tomatoes are so delightfully sweet. Strawberry and basil go so well together. Why should all three not get together for a little party to welcome spring? Now, I […]
For the past four weeks or so, a lot of real estate in our kitchen has been taken up by tomatoes. Sometime around the first of the month, I pulled everything that looked like it was going to ripen off the vine, afraid that Portland’s dreaded winter rains were imminent (And here we are, October […]