Roasted Poblano and Corn Calzones

So many recipes are born of chance – for us, a mix of serendipity and what we happen to have in our refrigerator. We ended up with some extra pizza dough in our shoot for this post, and I happened to have run across some poblano peppers at the farmer’s...

Corn and White Bean Chowder

I have one recurring nightmare, and it’s this: I’m in some kind of performance, either a dance or piano recital, usually. It’s the night of the performance, and I realize that I don’t know the dance or the musical piece. So I’m on stage, with everyone watching, and I have...

Burrito Bowl

This recipe idea may not be revolutionary, but it’s certainly served us in a crunch. We recently had family to town to help us settle into our new place, and I was tasked with coming up with a few meals for sustenance throughout the day. We had eaters varying from...

Scrambled Egg Tacos with Heirloom Tomato Salsa

It’s been one of those weeks where we’ve been running 100 miles per hour, both in our professional lives and at home with a renovation in progress. We’re not sure how those of you with children do it (really!). Times like these call for tacos. We’ve actually started buying tortillas...

Spicy Cashew Lettuce Wraps

A sale on lettuce at our local winter farmer’s market a few weeks ago ($1.50 per head!) made us wonder — what to do with lettuce other than a salad?  The first thing that came to mind was lettuce wraps – so we thought we’d give them a try. We...

Sweet Corn Muffins

If there’s one food Indiana is known for, it’s corn. Though I’m not a native, I’ve learned to appreciate it just as well as any Hoosier (the official title for someone from Indiana, for those of you outside Midwestern America!). These muffins are a great way to use the corn...








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