How To Make and Freeze Guacamole

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I was at the store to pick up milk before heading into the AprilĀ Eat From The Larder ChallengeĀ and there was a screaming good deal on organic avocados. At $5 for 6 avocados I’ll admit I did sort of stock up. A dozen ripe avocados later, it was guacamole time. Even someone like me, a girl [Continue Reading...]

Romaine Salad with Sweet Potatoes and Tangy Blue Cheese Dressing

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This salad came about, as so many things in my kitchen do, because I was looking to use up some leftovers. For dinner a night or two before I made this salad I had roasted several sweet potatoes in their skins and served them simple and plain, with butter and salt passed at the table. [Continue Reading...]

How to Get The Seeds Out of A Pomegranate Without Going Crazy

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Pomegranate: possibly the most delicious fruit ever. Surely the most tedious fruit ever. Separating all those seeds from the extensive, bitter membranes that intersperse the delicious seeds of the pom is a herculean task. I have developed a pretty decent hold-sections-of-pom-over-the-sink-and-scrape-the-seeds-off-with-my-teeth technique, and even manage to eat this seasonal winter fruit without getting horror-movie-esque levels [Continue Reading...]