Farm Fresh Husk Cherry and Cherry Tomato Salsa Recipe

As part of a CSA I tried out provided by Brookwood Community Farm, I received a pint of husk cherries (ground cherries), which I'd never even heard of before, a couple of pints of cherry tomatoes, and some shallots. Other than an overall enjoyable experience with the fresh produce of the CSA, I loved getting... Continue Reading →

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Dill Summer Salad Recipe

I enjoy salad, but I don't necessarily go out of my way to eat it as much as I should. A few years ago, my friend made this dill yogurt salad for a summer barbecue and I couldn't get enough of it. Not only did I eat numerous servings, but I promptly went home and... Continue Reading →

Labneh Dip with Tomato and Cilantro

A while ago, my wife and I were hunting for foods we hadn't tried in a Middle Eastern market. As a lover of yogurt and cheese, she spotted a container of Labneh, which is a kind of Arabic Yogurt. It goes by other names and pronunciations as well, like "Labne," "Laban," or, "Kefir Cheese," although... Continue Reading →

Caprese Salad and Proscuitto Sandwich

This is one of my favorite foods of all time and I especially love it in sandwich form, so this is a two-part blog.  Caprese salad is of Italian origin and is absurdly simple to make.  It's just fresh tomatoes, fresh mozzarella, fresh basil, and a little dressing. It's just a great dish for when... Continue Reading →

Pico de Gallo Salsa

This is a labor of love in salsa form. I learned the basic variation of this pico de gallo recipe from two of my long time friends. They made the salsa together and served it with tortilla chips at a cookout where the main feature was grilled clams in their shells. At this barbecue, I... Continue Reading →

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