Fresh Corn and Scallion Griddlecakes with Maple Jalapeno Mascarpone Cream

  Sweet, savory and mildly spicy. My Fresh Corn and Scallion Griddlecakes make the most of a summer staple, but turns up the volume by combining fresh, sweet corn just moments from the cob, with bright, verdant scallions, and tangy buttermilk. Served hot from the griddle, with crisp edges and topped with a generous dollop… Read More Fresh Corn and Scallion Griddlecakes with Maple Jalapeno Mascarpone Cream

Sweet and Sour Red Cabbage and Butternut Squash Stir-fry with Shredded Chicken, Red Peppers, Mango, and Cashews

Perhaps an unexpected combination of vegetables, this salad dances the line between sweet, savory, and sour. Hitting all notes perfectly. The chopped red cabbage provides crunch and a slight bitterness which pairs perfectly with the sweet butternut squash, and bright, juicy mango. In addition, the red pepper creates the slightest bit of spice and further… Read More Sweet and Sour Red Cabbage and Butternut Squash Stir-fry with Shredded Chicken, Red Peppers, Mango, and Cashews

A Little Feast: Chilled Pea & Mint Soup, Herb Marinated Chicken, Heirloom Tomatoes with Charred Baguette, and Lemon Thyme Gin Sparklers

These weeknight mini feasts have turned into a bit of a ritual between my girlfriend and I. We dash off to the market immediately after work, pulling the few things we need into our basket, and head to my house to make cocktails, bash together a meal, catch up over some long-overdue chitchat, and totally… Read More A Little Feast: Chilled Pea & Mint Soup, Herb Marinated Chicken, Heirloom Tomatoes with Charred Baguette, and Lemon Thyme Gin Sparklers

Michael Pollan Answers the Most Common Food Questions

What really is the difference between organic and conventional produce/meat/dairy?  Is veganism for me?  Is soy better?  Local and seasonal eating? How to tell if your food is GMO…and so much more. Whatever sustainable food question you’ve posed in your head, chances are Pollan answers it in the latest article from The New York Times. … Read More Michael Pollan Answers the Most Common Food Questions