I was walking through the Portland Farmers Market a couple of weeks ago and did a double take on a stack of orange cauliflower. I adore cauliflower (the earthy flavor, the crunchy or creamy texture), and the only nit I can pick with this lovely vegetable is its color. It gets lost on a white plate and looks pallid and unimaginative next to other basic ingredients I love, such as potatoes, rice, pasta, and poultry.
This Swedish cookie is just enough different from all other Scandinavian “gingersnaps” to make it definitely special: delicate, spicy, and hot!
A wonderful Christmas sugar cookie with the heady aroma of orange and vanilla, plus a crisp, light texture and only moderate sweetness. As perfect on the holiday cookie platter as with solitary afternoon tea by the fireplace.
Hallelujah! After mountains of research and FIVE failed attempts in the LunaCafe OtherWorldly Kitchen, I FINALLY created granola CLUSTERS. One of the secrets is the oatmeal flour paste in the photo
My first bite of these gingerbread beignet produced an OMG moment. They are impossibly light, melt-in- the-mouth tender, oh so moist, tantalizingly fragrant, and over-the-top delicious. This concept should
Pumpkin butter is one of those ingredients that I can't imagine being without--especially around the holidays and especially for cheesecake. Pure magic. I've developed dozens of cheesecakes over the years. At