My friend Carol called the other day. She’d made pesto using a reliable recipe from a reliable cookbook, but it tasted overhwhelmingly salty. What type of salt did you use? I don’t know. Sea salt I think. Does it matter?
Our indoor kitten, Kimchi, recenty ran away from home. In a little break from our focus on food, here are our Top Ten ways to find a lost kitty, in hopes that it might some day help you to find your own little runaway.
Join me and a slew of your favorite cookbook authors at A Literary Feast at the San Francisco Ferry Building on Sunday November 13 from 3:00 pm to 6:00 pm.
A group of Bay Area food bloggers is holding a Farmers’ Market Dinner Party and I get to make my favorite course—dessert! Well, actually, like all good meals, this one has two desserts.
You know how easy it is to make chocolate truffles, right? Basically, it’s a ganache that you chill until firm enough to form it into small balls. Roll them in cocoa or other toppings. Boom. Done.
Ice cream sandwiches? In the heart of Winter? You bet! Visit your local ice cream shop and you may be surprised to see that the lines haven’t thinned a bit.
Tsimmes is a Jewish word for a big fuss, as in, “Why are you making such a tsimmes–get out there and shovel the driveway, already!” Because it is a transliteration from the Yiddish צימעס, you may find it spelled tzimmes or in other ways.