Monthly Archives: February 2012

The Start of a Collection?

Our dear friend Lisa Moseley brought over this antique egg scale the other day as a gift. I love the look of it and it makes me proud of our girls: They lay large to extra-large eggs! My husband says … Continue reading

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Everything en Papillote

I love cooking fish and vegetables “en papillote,” meaning the food is tucked into in a little parchment paper or foil packet then cooked in the oven. The method keeps foods moist and seems to infuse the food with whatever … Continue reading

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Two Quick Tips for Tuesday

Tip One: Eat your beet greens! Fresh beets are a two-for-one. You get the beets and you get the most delicious greens (which are packed, by the way, with beta-carotene, vitamin C, iron and calcium). I’m surprised by how many … Continue reading

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In the garden…

The apple blossoms smell delicious! We’ll have Anna and Dorset Golden applesĀ in the summer. And it looks like we’ll have plenty of kumquats this season. So sweet and so tart! Amelia Saltsman has the best recipe for Chicken Legs with … Continue reading

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