Archive for March, 2012

Linguine al Pesto

March 5th, 2012
Basil and Mortar

Pesto isn’t exactly the recipe of the season, since basil is best at the height of summer. Still, in the middle of winter a nice pesto is a breath of freshness and a promise of the coming seasons. For those of us in the warmer climes, getting some fresh organic basil will be easier, but for those of us where winter has a bite there are plenty of greenhouse gardens capable of supplying the couple of cups of basil necessary for this dish. A little

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March 2012 – From Sun to Snow to Rain

March 5th, 2012
Edmund

I have been to Texas…and it is a very cool place.  Open, friendly people and a thriving arts scene.  Of course this is common knowledge, especially in the Southwest, but I’m fortunate to have had the chance to experience it first hand.  My hosts in Austin, the Richards / Zeugin clan, were wonderful.  The chance to have breakfast tacos and learn about Tex / Mex cuisine in general was just part of it.  Sharon Zeugin and her daughter Maeve and husband Clark Richards helped me

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