Credit for tonight’s dinner goes to Homer of Homer’s World. Homer doesn’t know it but when I started regular foodblogging in 2008, I decided to really become attuned to what […]
Whole wheat spaghetti with Jersey tomato sauce, anchovy and mint […]
Only 3 weeks till the summer solstice. Lots of great stuff available at the farmer’s market this past weekend …
Poached farm egg over pan-fried potatoes, tomatoes and spinach with Indian spices Click here for a high-resolution version of this picture.
Spaghetti alla puttanesca Click here to view a large-size version of this picture. This version uses salt-packed anchovies instead of the usual olive-oil packed variety. Soak anchovies in 1/2 cup […]
Just a short collection of food photography I’ve taken over the years. Enjoy. Pastrami sandwich Scrambled eggs, with crème fraiche, lobster and lobster roe Tomato risotto, with tomato confit Sea […]
Don’t laugh. Your natural reaction might be “why would you pair starch with starch???”. That’s expected. But what if I told you that this dish is a variation of a […]
If you’ve never had slow-roasted tomatoes, you’ve been missing out. It’s one of summer’s greatest pleasures, alongside homemade ice cream, hamburgers on the grill or ice-cold watermelon. It is, understandably, […]
In Spain, gambas al ajillo is a popular tapas offering, one that you almost never hear about Stateside. After all, it’s just garlic, shrimp, parsley and olive oil. It’s so […]
Random pix from the market today:
Cavolo nero or black cabbage, is a leafy cabbage that doesn’t form heads but rather resembles palm fronds, with deep greenish black leaves that can be up to a yard […]
Braised baby artichokes with cherry tomatoes and Moroccan olives Click here to view a large-size version of this picture. Credit goes to Michael at Herbivoracious for the idea. You can […]
The template for this recipe is simple, and need not contain what’s in the ingredient list. You can include whatever you’ve got on hand or what’s available in season or […]
Early day at USGM this morning. Some pix: Cherries More cherries Jersey tomatoes Nasturtium potted plants The first Tri-star strawberries of the season Strawberries Have a great weekend, folks.
The Spamwise Chronicles turns four next July. In blog years, that’s an eternity. If you’ve been a reader or a commenter, thank you from the bottom of my heart for […]