Fruit Recipe

Butter Rum Apple Crisp Tart & Pink Pearl Apples

Butter Rum Apple Crisp Tart & Pink Pearl Apples

Stumbling onto new varieties of apples is always such a wonderful treat. We keep mental notes of unique heirloom apple varieties, but because these varieties are often so difficult to source, we don’t often expect to find them even at our local farmers market. I’ve always had pink pearl apples on top of my wish […]

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Puppy Bellies & Peaches {Brown Butter Pancakes with Glazed Peaches}

Puppy Bellies & Peaches {Brown Butter Pancakes with Glazed Peaches}

Puppy bellies and peaches. Love them! Both of those things are arbitrarily connected but I just had to throw that out there. With a new puppy nipping at our heels everywhere we step, it is inevitable that she wiggles her way into nearly everything we do. Don’t let her know it, but the world may […]

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Basil Poached Apricots a la Mode – A 6 year old romance

Basil Poached Apricots a la Mode – A 6 year old romance

I’ve always had a romance with apricots since I was about six years old. If a young child ever knew the feeling of love and obsession, it was me and a hidden apricot tree in Reno, Nevada back in the 70′s. Those memories of racing heart beats, sweaty palms and nervous butterflies-in-the-stomach feelings are still […]

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No-Bake Fruit and Nut Bars with Nutella

No-Bake Fruit and Nut Bars with Nutella

I used to love granola bars as a kid. Especially the ones with chocolate chips or a chocolate coating on them, but somewhere along the life’s journey, the love affair ended. Then, about a year ago, we were on the road and we had stopped in an REI to pick up some supplies. Needing  a […]

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Love. Craft. and Honesty. An Apple Galette with Brown Butter

Love. Craft. and Honesty. An Apple Galette with Brown Butter

It has been coursing through my blood lately. It happens to many of us this time of year. The air grows cool and crisp, Halloween is just around the corner, and the desire for autumn’s comforts fill our bones. And the top of the comfort list lies the glorious apple. I’ve got to get my […]

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Refreshing Pomegranate Spritzer for Fall

Refreshing Pomegranate Spritzer for Fall

It feels so wonderful to be back in the kitchen after being on the road, teaching workshops and shooting on location lately. When we were in the kitchen the other night preparing dinner, we both looked at one another with the same hungry, yet satisfied eyes. It feel so good to be back here in […]

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Rhubarb Strawberry Crumb Bars for Spring Fling

Rhubarb Strawberry Crumb Bars for Spring Fling

Spring Fling is here and were celebrating Spring’s bounty with Deb, Editor of Food Network, Margaret of Away to Garden, Jaden Hair of Steamy Kitchen,  Matt Armendariz of Matt Bites, Shauna of Gluten Free Girl, Gaby of What’s Gaby Cooking and Nicole of Pinch My Salt. This week’s theme is rhubarb and to participate, just […]

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Homemade Kumquat Marmalade with Brie Cheese and Blue Chair Jam Cookbook Giveaway

Homemade Kumquat Marmalade with Brie Cheese and Blue Chair Jam Cookbook Giveaway

I don’t like brie cheese. It’s boring. There. I said it, I meant it, and I’m ok with you despising me for it. But before you send off that nasty email, I must clarify, I’m not talking about the real deal, raw milk, wheels of wonder that are true Brie cheeses.  Cheeses from milk so […]

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Citrus Craze

Citrus Craze

Farmers markets are brimming with citrus of almost every variety and color. It’s hard to not be mesmerized by the gorgeous baskets and stalls filled to the brim with vibrant citrus. We have a pretty good inventory of citrus in our backyard already, but it doesn’t mean that we get tired of looking at them. […]

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Persimmon Fool Pudding from Persimmon overload

Persimmon Fool Pudding from Persimmon overload

Fall Fest is a continuation of Summer Fest, a cross-blog recipe (and tip) swap. These events were started by Margaret Roach of Away to Gardenand Deb Puchalla of Food Network. Previous themes were Spinach,  Apples, Fall Salads and Pumpkin/Squash. For this week, it’s all about the Mad Stash, from canning and preserving to the last minute […]

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Rustic Brandied Pear Galette with Caramel Sauce

Rustic Brandied Pear Galette with Caramel Sauce

Fall Fest is here and it’s a continuation of Summer Fest, a cross-blog recipe (and tip) swap. These events were started by Margaret Roach of Away to Gardenand Deb Puchalla of Food Network. Previous themes were Spinach,  Apples, Fall Salads and Pumpkin/Squash. For this week, it’s all about Pears. Join and share yourblog write ups. Just […]

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Autumn Apropos – Broiled Leeks with fresh Apple Vinaigrette for Fall Fest

Autumn Apropos – Broiled Leeks with fresh Apple Vinaigrette for Fall Fest

Fall Fest is here and it’s a continuation of Summer Fest, a cross-blog recipe (and tip) swap. These events were started by Margaret Roach of Away to Garden and Deb Puchalla of Food Network. Last week’s theme was Spinach and for this week, it’s all about  apples, beautiful apples. Join and share yourblog write ups. Just post […]

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Caramel Roasted Pears Recipe Perfect One-Dish Dinners Cookbook Promo Video

Caramel Roasted Pears Recipe Perfect One-Dish Dinners Cookbook Promo Video

Thank you to Pam, Maggy and Sharon Anderson of Three Many Cooks for sharing with us a copy of Pam’s amazing new Perfect One-Dish Dinners cookbook. We recently spent two days with them to produce and film the cookbook promo video for Perfect One-Dish Dinners. They swallowed us up into their loving, fun household and […]

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Tomato Tarts – Tomato overload & left over dough

Tomato Tarts – Tomato overload & left over dough

7 A.M.: Sitting on the plane waiting for take-off, Diane turns to me with concerned, sleep deprived eyes, “We have to have my brother water the tomatoes! It’s supposed to get hot this week.”  Nevermind the fact that in the upcoming week, we had 2.5 days to shoot almost 40 recipes plus get footage for […]

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Nectarine & Raspberry Cobbler – Summertime Memories

Few desserts embody summertime for me more than chin-dripping, sweet nectarines combined with plump, slightly tart raspberries slowly baked together under a rustic country-style topping.  Cobblers, crumbles, pies, crisps laden with juicy summer fruit, may the gods help me from eating the whole thing in one sitting. Especially with a dollop of fresh whipped cream […]

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Poached Pluots in Reisling – Summer Fest

Summer Fest is back again and  stone fruits are the theme. To participate, read more about Summer Fest on Away To Garden from Margaret then come join the community!  Catch up on this seasons previous  themes on the bounty of Cukes N Zukes ,  Sweet Corn and Herbs, Beans, Greens. We love pluots (that delectable […]

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Orange Marmalade Cookies with Orange Zest Icing

Orange Marmalade Cookies with Orange Zest Icing

Rarely does a new cookie recipe make it into our abode’s “must make” repertoire. With our household favorites being so loved (like the chocolate chunk, snickerdoodle w/ Viet cinnamon, and oatmeal rum raisin recipes), a new find has to be pretty damn good to pass up baking an old favorite. These orange marmalade cookies with […]

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Ginger Peach Muffins – Good To The Grain Cookbook

This is the time of year we start to inhale stone fruits, but ultimately there comes atime when there are too many to eat off the tree and we’re searching for additional alternatives to eat them. As Summer’s warm love beings to fill up our peaches, plums and nectarines with sweet juice to sink our faces […]

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The Hungry Travelers Video- A California Avocado Story & Guacamole Recipe

Can’t believe it’s been one year since we first talked about launching our online documentaries: The Hungry Travelers! Well it’s finally here and we’re proud to launch it with this one: A California Avocado Story. The California avocado growers are a close, tight knit and hardworking group of growers who are dedicated to producing some […]

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Mango Salsa Recipe & Garden Roses Haircut

As promised, “Voila!” the mango salsa recipe that toppled over our teriyaki burger post a few days ago. And we’re thrilled that we actually wrote about it, as promised, considering how behind we’ve been on everything else! The office is a mess, the bathrooms need cleaning and we have 2 other projects behind schedule, but […]

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