Julie | March 13, 2012
We have had some absolutely gorgeous weather in the last few days, enough to really feel spring in the air! My dad and I finally got out to the community garden yesterday afternoon to check on the few plants we decided to try overwintering, and here are the (rather surprising, to me at least) results: [...]
Julie | June 29, 2010
A democratic, if not Protestant, quinoa pilaf incorporates purple carrots, turnip, leftover chicken, and fresh arugula, with a garnish of crispy kale chips.
Julie | June 20, 2010
A discussion of the state of food in Salem, simply baked Copper River salmon topped with sauteed mushrooms, and a luscious potato-turnip gratin.
Julie | June 13, 2010
Don’t toss those greens! An introduction to the care and feeding of turnip greens, as well as a basic recipe for braising them with onion and bacon grease.
Julie | April 16, 2007
Dinner last night was a roasted chicken cooked very simply according to Thomas Keller’s instructions here. You almost can’t call it a recipe, because it was so simple—4 lb chicken rinsed and dried thoroughly, S&P inside and out, roasted at 450F for 70 minutes until temped out—but it made a fantastically juicy chicken with lovely [...]