Or, more specifically, today serves up a frittata, which is, essentially, an omelette with the filling still on the outside, waiting to be folded. Of course, doubling over this creation probably wouldn’t be good idea, or even physically possible, loaded as it is with all sorts of substantive goodies, from artichoke hearts, to mini bell… Continue reading Inside-Out
Summer of…whenever. Family vacation to the beach includes a day spent a bit inland at Colonial Williamsburg. A full afternoon beneath the broiler (aka, the southern Virginia sun) spurs the appetite something fierce. Then, from a distance, an aroma. Faint at first, but soon it surrounds and captivates. The beautifully transcendent scent of a wood-fired… Continue reading Such Memories!
An August Souvenir
Summer brings us to this perfect moment, when exuberant gardens yield showpiece tomatoes in abundance. What to do with the bounty? Well, I selected two of the very best (not an easy decision, as they’re all pretty spectacular) and used them to make… Tomatoes with Artichoke Hearts and Capers, Poached in a White Wine Sauce. Anne… Continue reading An August Souvenir