It’s a wonder I haven’t posted this recipe for you before because Oliver and I eat it about as often as we can get our hands on large quantities of fresh basil. We typically call it by its Thai name, but for the purposes of this blog post, let’s just call it Thai Basil Pork. Here’s why… Continue reading “Thai Basil Pork”
Summer days seem to come in two varieties. It just has this fantastic way of speeding everything up, up, up or slowing everything down, down, down. Which of these do you identify with more?
I experimented with ratatouille for the first time last week. Twice actually. And I also watched Disney-Pixar’s Ratatouille for the first time last week. I guess you could say it was a pretty big week.
Let me begin by being upfront with you. Oliver loves basically anything I cook for him, which either means (a) I am a really good cook, (b) my husband’s palate is marked by the highest possible degree of unpickiness (perhaps not a real word), or (c) I am married to a human garbage disposal. Continue reading “Barbecue Fajita Nachos”
I remember eating asparagus a couple times as a kid and not exactly loving it. I don’t think I’ve ever been a particularly picky eater, but some vegetables are just WEIRD, ya know?? Continue reading “Asparagus Pasta Salad”
I’m aware that this salad sounds a little pretentious. Read its name again. Balsamic Onion & Goat Cheese Salad. Doesn’t it sound like kind of a snob? Continue reading “Balsamic Onion & Goat Cheese Salad”