Heirloom Tomato Salsa Cruda + Reno News

It’s the peak season for our markets here in Indiana; they’re chock full of big beautiful tomatoes, melons, cucumbers, berries, and corn. Wandering through our local market last weekend, these tomatoes called my name, and a fresh salsa (salsa cruda) leapt to mind, embellished with a bit of the fresh...

Herbed Potato Salad with Yogurt and Snap Peas

Before we knew much about food, we would have told you late June in Indiana would be the height of summer produce, with tomatoes, corn, and zucchini for miles. (Actually, we probably couldn’t have articulated that those were seasonal foods.) However, it’s late June and we’re still finding “springy” things...

Chimichurri (Ramp or Classic)

I ran by the farmer’s market this weekend (which couldn’t be any more different than the Southeast Asian markets from my recent trip, let me tell you!), and was happy to see a table brimming full of ramps. We’d heard quite a bit about these wild onions, similar to tiny...

Cinnamon Yogurt Fruit Dip

I’m back from my trip to Cambodia and Laos, which was wonderful in every way. Once we get through some photo editing and I collect my thoughts, I can’t wait to share with you about it! Meanwhile, I’m stuck in a fog of jet lag. Yikes! This is hard stuff, as...

Frozen Mint Chocolate Tarts

This recipe was born entirely of chance. We happened to have some leftover raw brownies on hand that we made to take to a family party. These brownies have become one of our favorite desserts to eat and make: they’re delicious, incredibly easy, and made only of dates, walnuts, almonds, and cocoa...

Oatmeal Raisin Cookie Dough Bites

The day we discovered these raw brownies from My New Roots changed the way we thought about desserts. It’s possible to make something sweet and tasty without sugar, flour, butter, or baking? It seemed like magic! Well, it is kind of magic — magic by way of Medjool dates, that is. These...








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