Monthly Archives: June 2013

Fava Bean Puree

1 1/2 cup shelled favas (about 3 pounds whole) juice of 1/2 lime salt espellete olive oil Remove favas from pods.  Blanch for about 1-2 minutes in boiling water.  Place in ice bath.  Shell favas into the bowl of a … Continue reading

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Radish Me!

Radishes are spicy, refreshing and a little unapproachable for the new vegetable explorer.  Thankfully, salt and butter forgive a million sins!  Dan and I became radish lovers after a visit to the Dundee Hills and a since closed restaurant called … Continue reading

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Truckbed of Tomatoes in San Pancho, Mexico

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Broccolini

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Sugar Snap Peas and White Bean Hummus

Our dog Jack is what our vet calls a “grazer.”  Most dogs eat grass as an emetic–Jack eats it because he likes it.  He’s a big vegetable lover.  He begs for asparagus and adores broccolini. Last summer, I planted extra … Continue reading

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