I wrote up three of my favorite cold summer soups. My garden has so many cucumbers, that is the one I’m making the most often. https://www.davisenterprise.com/features/food-and-drink/at-my-table-hurry-before-the-soup-gets-warm/
See my recent article in the Davis Enterprise with my favorite fava bean recipes. Mine are all harvested, still waiting to be shelled, but hope to do so soon with my mom around her kitchen table. Made the Pope’s Risotto, love it.
Flat Leaf Parsley by the Bunch
Here’s my latest column from the Davis Enterprise with ideas on how to use flat leaf parsley by the bunch. Hope you enjoy the Traditional English Fish Pie, from my Davis Farmers Market Cookbook, it uses a bunch of parsley and is a family favorite.
Photograph left by Craig Lee.
I wrote about my favorite food – the humble bean in January for the Davis Enterprise/Woodland Daily Democrat. The Davis Food Co-op sold out of Corona Beans soon after the article came out. I think they have more now. In any case, Rancho Gordo always does. For the White Bean Soup recipe, photo by Craig Lee, read my column.
I’ve watched Casey grow up from his early days in Davis, CA, into an amazing professional bread baker. His latest job is with the iconic Della Fatorria, an artisan, wood-fired bakery in Petaluma, Sonoma County, CA. Casey is an inspiration. Read my column about him in the Davis Enterprise.
Try these market fresh dessert ideas for your holiday table, as seen in my special to the Woodland Daily Democrat. several recipes are in my cookbook, others are new. Enjoy, and Happy Thanksgiving.
I recently visited Monticello in Charlottesville, Virginia to understand Thomas Jefferson’s unique gardening system better and to see it first hand. Read my column which ran in the Davis Enterprise in May, 2017.
Enjoy a simple lunch of local ingredients, or talk with Chef Adam Hinojosa and Adam Parker to find out the latest of who is growing what where, or what they are preserving from the season. Here’s my take away on the market as printed in the Davis Enterprise, March 1.