July 2013

The key to this sauce is to buy the best sesame tahini sauce you can find. If you are shopping at a regular supermarket, look for Joyva brand. The sauce can be made in minutes. 1/2 cup tahini about 3 Tbls. rice wine vinegar 1/4 c. water 1/4 tsp. kosher salt, or more to taste […]

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A popular item at farmers markets is a colorful mixture of cherry tomato varieties. Who can resist? And beyond simply slicing them for salad or eating them straight from the bowl, we like to oven-dry them. In our opinion, the texture and taste are much better than sun-dried – they are not too chewy, overly […]

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Here is a family favorite we like to make when fresh corn is in season. The Vidalia onion is grated instead of chopped so it melts into the grits. It’s a really good southern recipe adapted from Virginia Willis. Serves 4-6 1 Tbls. canola oil 1 Vidalia onion 2 ears fresh sweet corn 2 c. […]

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