Salads

Roasted Corn Tabouli and Ode to Summer Corn

Roasted Corn Tabouli and Ode to Summer Corn

For some reason when August rolls around it feels as if it is our last chance at eating corn. And by eating corn we mean the super good, freshly-picked, wipe the chin, juicy sweet corn.  Once September arrives everyone seems to be ready to immediately switch seasonal gears and it’s all about Autumn. As July comes […]

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Garlicky Winter Greens and Chickpea Salad

Garlicky Winter Greens and Chickpea Salad

Before we left on our crazy seven week Bountiful book tour and jet down to Southern Australia, we took a look at our dormant and sleepy garden. And then we sighed, wondering if it’s too early to try to seed for Winter veggies. It’s usually during end of October to beginning of December that the […]

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Refreshing and Light Sesame Cucumber Carrot Salad

Refreshing and Light Sesame Cucumber Carrot Salad

It’s this time of year that everyone around us seems to be sharing lists of resolutions and aspirations of what their vision of 2014 could be. For us? We’ll just say that instead of listing-out resolutions, we started off New Years Day with a big batch of yummy fried chicken and some extra sips of […]

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Asian Chopped Chicken Salad – a delicious fridge-clearing recipe

Asian Chopped Chicken Salad – a delicious fridge-clearing recipe

There comes a time when we all try to be good and clear out the fridge or pantry. Sometimes we call it “everything but the kitchen sink” recipe or “fridge clearing” dish. What ever you decide to call it, we’ve all had this focus and ambition to make the most of leftovers. Waste is never […]

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Tomato Salad with Burrata Cheese and Dr. Wyches Heirlooms

Tomato Salad with Burrata Cheese and Dr. Wyches Heirlooms

This is a continuing series we’re sharing for Summer on our favorite heirloom tomatoes that we’re growing. And we have a delicious recipe included too! You can visit all our tomato recipes on our tomato page. If you not familiar with burrata cheese yet, then you’re in for a treat. And if you’re not familiar […]

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Grilled Green Tomatoes, An Accidental Dish

Grilled Green Tomatoes, An Accidental Dish

It’s always an accident. At some point during my garden duties of tying up the tomato vines on the trellis, I inevitably bump a healthy green tomato and watch it fall to the ground. Darn it. There’s nothing more frustrating than to watch a beautiful heirloom tomato grow to it’s perfect shape and never see […]

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Roasted Zucchini with Cheese and Herbs

Roasted Zucchini with Cheese and Herbs

A vegetable side dish doesn’t have to be complicated. I often remind myself of this when menu planning for a party of twelve or more. Even if I’m making dinner for two, I remind myself again and again: keep it simple, keep it fresh and it will be great. Sometimes I’ll browse through a cookbook […]

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Fire Roasted Summer Corn Salad

Fire Roasted Summer Corn Salad

It’s this time of year that we’re craving fresh corn and thanks to the bounty of the season, gorgeous corn is making its appearance at farmers markets. Such pleasure! Though it’s not officially Summer yet, it’s hard not to be in such the mood for fresh grilled salads and pretty much anything that comes off […]

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Thai Larb Chicken Lettuce Cups

It’s a super special week for our dear friend Jaden from SteamyKitchen.com, her newest cookbook Healthy Asian Favorites is out. She’s been working so hard over the past two years recipe testing, writing and shooting her labor of love. We’re so happy for her. Let’s all give her a round of applause and support! Jaden’s […]

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Baked Kale Chips with Sea Salt and Black Pepper

Baked Kale Chips with Sea Salt and Black Pepper

Everyone has their vices. Admit it. I know each of you has a food weakness that you find yourself giving into when times get rough. Or tough. I have many food vices that I turn to when I need a spiritual lift after the end of a long, mentally exhausting day. Some of you I […]

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Cheesy Brussels Sprouts Gratin

Cheesy Brussels Sprouts Gratin

Update: Click here for more fabulous Brussels Sprouts Recipes.  If I were to confess some of my guilty pleasures in life, then these brussels sprouts photographs would convey much of what I’m already about to say. Warm melted cheese, gooey-salty-decadent-calorie-laden cheese on top of perfectly fresh and healthy vegetables should be illegal. I think of […]

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Our Fresh Summer Rolls Recipe Feature in Sunset Magazine

Our Fresh Summer Rolls Recipe Feature in Sunset Magazine

It’s finally out! Apologies for teasing you all with a recipe story that we’ve been working on for Sunset magazine over the past few months. The July 2012 issue is finally out on the stands and grab yourself a copy! Huge thank you to all the editors at Sunset Magazine and the whole team. The […]

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Shaved Brussels Sprouts Slaw with Bacon and Pecans

Shaved Brussels Sprouts Slaw with Bacon and Pecans

Update: Click here for more fabulous Brussels Sprouts Recipes. Hope you all had a wonderful Thanksgiving full of belly happy food that put you in a coma for a few hours. What’s a Thanksgiving without the typical surrender shout of “Omg, I ate too much I couldn’t help myself”? Normally every year we’ll indulge and look […]

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Garlic Chicken Spring Rolls – My Un-Diet from Pleasantly Plump to Zip

Garlic Chicken Spring Rolls – My Un-Diet from Pleasantly Plump to Zip

Update: here’s our latest tutorial on how to make and roll spring rolls . I know I’m not the only one who has gone through this, so I thought I’d finally say it publicly after 3 years of blogging. Food blogging made me chunky-er, pleasantly plump or what ever you want to call it. My […]

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Peach and Heirloom Tomato Salad – Summer Fest

Summer Fest is a season long, bi-weekly event where Food Network editors team up with blogs to share tips and recipes about seasonal produce. During Summer Fest, we celebrate the the seasons explosion of fresh produce and inspired recipes.  This week’s theme are peaches and to participate, just share your peach recipe link in our […]

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Seasonally simple garden Heirloom tomatoes. Celebrating Summer’s arrival.

Seasonally simple garden Heirloom tomatoes. Celebrating Summer’s arrival.

This consistently cool weather had us apprehensive, particularly as heirloom tomato gardeners. With almost 20 heirloom tomatoes plants that we’ve been nurturing over the last few months, all we were hoping for was some hot sun to get these plants to bolt out with tomatoes. Unfortunately there hasn’t been much of the sun!

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New Potato & Pea Salad from Melissa Clark

Spring Fling is here and were celebrating Spring’s bounty with  Food Network,  Away to Garden, What’s Gaby Cooking and Food 52 This week’s theme is peas and to participate, just share your pea recipe link in our blog on the comments below, as well as the blogs of all our participating friends. The end of […]

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Bacon Lettuce Tomato (BLT) Spring Roll – I broke the rules. Sorry, Mom.

Bacon Lettuce Tomato (BLT) Spring Roll – I broke the rules. Sorry, Mom.

Update: here’s our latest tutorial on how to make and roll spring rolls . I sincerely hope after this recipe goes live that no one pounds me with a beating of 20 lashes because I broke some rules. Sometimes a girl needs a little culinary excitement in her life and if it means venturing outside […]

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Sauteed Peas w/ Yuzu Kosho- Savoring Every Moment of Life – Last of our Sugar snaps

Sauteed Peas w/ Yuzu Kosho- Savoring Every Moment of Life – Last of our Sugar snaps

Even as Spring rolls into Summer, and most of nature is just beginning to take life and flourish, there are those whose lifespan is spent. In seemingly moments ago, they were thriving and full of life and beauty, bringing us joy everyday. Now we have to let go of them, hoping to have their void […]

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Cucumber and Zucchini Carpaccio Salad – Cristina Ferrare’s Big Bowl of Love

We love our job. Of course there are always challenges that come with each project we photograph or film, but at the end of the day we are always thankful for the wonderful people that we work with and Cristina Ferrare is one of those wonderous souls that help us love our job to no […]

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