Check out this article that features local cookbooks – fun to cook through the seasons from your local farmers market and garden. http://www.sactownmag.com/Whats-Cooking/2020/Locally-authored-cookbooks-2020/
Here are some of my favorite recipes, one from my mother and the other my grandmother. https://www.davisenterprise.com/features/food-and-drink/at-my-table-comfort-from-making-cookies/
Here I take a look at the 20 year history of the Slow Food Convivium in Yolo County, saluting its newest leader, Juan Barajas.
This recipe was surprisingly easy, and I made it nearly all from Sacramento Valley regional ingredients. Nothing says I love you more than a delicious meal for Valentine’s Day. https://www.davisenterprise.com/features/food-and-drink/at-my-table-a-culinary-showpiece-for-a-winter-evening/
Mark your calendars and hope to see you at at least one of these events. There is a treasure trove of food culture in Yolo County – including a dinner based on my Davis Farmers Market Cookbook in April at Savory Cafe in Woodland. Here’s the link to my story in the Davis Enterprise: https://www.davisenterprise.com/features/food-and-drink/at-my-table-looking-ahead-to-a-year-in-food/
Here’s a recap, as published in the Davis Enterprise, of my recent food adventure and more in Nashville and parts south, plus from my Davis Farmers Market Cookbook, my pimento cheese recipe – great for the holidays.
I’ve just come back from a fun visit to Apple Hill. Here I share some of my favorite ways to use apples in the fall, and include my Davis Farmers Market Cookbook recipe for Apple Galette.
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/