View this post on Instagram Roasted ‘bull’s blood’ beets, red d’anjou pears; ‘purple frills’ mustard leaves, fennel fronds, Korean sesame and red perilla from the garden; cambazola cheese; walnut oil and brown turkey fig shrub; @jacobsensaltco Pinot Noir salt and grains of paradise. Aka a […]
View this post on Instagram #WildAboutGame pregaming at home with my spin on the ever-popular butternut squash risotto: pumpkin congee cooked in chicken-corn cob stock, with five spice water buffalo sausage from @nicky.usa (get it? instead of lap cheong), woodear mushroom, pepitas, fried elephant garlic […]
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Leftover cheddar/chèvre cheese grits with homemade kimchi, deviled ham, and pimento cheese swirled in, a backyard egg and a slice of American. 🌽 🍳 🌶 🧀#kimchi #kimcheese #grits #ethnochaos #lunch #homecooking #koreanfood? #southernfood? #leftovers #carbs #comfortfood #eggs #egg #cheese #corn #f52grams #food52
Slatko is an Eastern European-style (usually fruit) preserve where the fruit (or sometimes baby pine cones, like you do) are suspended in a thick syrup. My tree has produced a lot of fruit this year, so I put up some of it like this. View […]
I was on The Four Top recently talking about canning, fermenting, and foraging with a few outstanding women. Have a listen!
Seriously, this beautiful sandwich has been the highlight of my entire summer. Find the original bread recipe here. This is the best thing I’ve ever done. 🥪 🥙 🥪After braising that chicken into garlicky pulchritude, I shredded and tossed it in lemon juice and a […]
Larb ped made with @maryschicken Pekin duck breasts. I smoked them over trimmings off my peach tree just long enough for the fat to render from the skin, then peeled the skin off and crisped it up on the grill (with a pan underneath to […]
Holy shit I was on The Splendid (Fucking) Table!! Francis Lam chatted with me about how chilies spread around the world, and I only stammered and choked a few times. Have a listen!
My recipe for marionberry white sangria is up at the Oregon Raspberries and Blackberries website. Check it out! (And in case you geek out on berries like I do, I also wrote their history section.)