Last year at this time we were getting out the vote. This year - we are hitting up the bottle!Read More
Matcha - because sometimes something is everywhere for a reason!Read More
Iced Coffee for those in the know.Read More
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Serbian Pita Pizza
Following the culinary orders of an inspired freight elevator operator we beelined it to a grocery store in deepest brightest Queens in search of Ajvar - a Serbian red pepper extravaganza that makes you want to travel the world. Toasted pita bread was our sauce vehicle of choice - topped off with feta, olives, chilis and dried oregano. We are calling it pizza just so you get the idea but wow - it is a whole other level.
Culinary inspiration comes in curious forms and can be used to justify many a beautiful ceramic acquisition.Read More
Count down to 50! Game on. Need these guys ready for end of summer festivities. Thank you Cindi for the inspiration.
Cocktail Sour Cherries
- 3 pounds sour cherries
- 1 1/2 cups super fine sugar
- 3 cups brandy
- 1 cinnamon stick
- 1 vanilla bean, split and scraped
- 8 cardamom pods
Wash and dry cherries on a kitchen towel. Combine sugar, brandy, cinnamon, vanilla and cardamom in a large bowl and stir until sugar dissolves. Add cherries and let stand about 1 hour. Use a slotted spoon to lift cherries out of liquid and transfer to a clean quart size Mason jar. Pour liquid into jar - making sure cherries are completely submerged. Seal jar with lid and store in a cool dark place for one month. Give jar a shake every few days. When the cherries turn a deep dark red they are ready. Send out party invites.
Not that I did not love my great granny's trifle. It was delicious. Stodgy but good.Read More
All eyes on center court this weekend.Read More
Only in beautiful Maine can one comb the beach and forage the woods all before breakfast. Found just a handful of these beauties! We brushed them free of grit, sautéed them in plenty of butter, salt, pepper and a shower of fresh thyme and ate them before anyone knew we were home.
Completely forgot about this beloved combo.Read More
Unless you are deep into herbal medicine it does not much matter what fragrant dried herbs and flowers you gather to make tea. The practice alone of creating your own special brew is restorative. Going to make some right now.Read More
May be hot as Hades in NYC but Down East - Spring has just sprung.Read More
One of the few good reasons not to finish off a bottle of wine! Happy Mother's Day from KR!Read More
The huge bonus to homemade chicken stock - a silky flavorful poached chicken perfect for shredding right off the bone.Read More
A far cry from your store bought fruit on bottom yogurt and almost as easy!Read More
Born out of a favorite combination - goat cheese and marmalade on toast with a healthy sprinkle of salt and glug of olive oil.Read More
We are so happy to share our latest story with you we produced for Martha Stewart Living in their April 2017 issue. They asked us how we do Easter (a bit of hunting and gathering) and our daughters joined in on the fun. Stay tuned for our natural egg dying tips!
Too much of a muchness in all the best ways.Read More