Constructing easy and quick meals from whatever ingredients you have on hand!
Risotto with Watercress and Clam Broth
We produce the very best - most delicious and most nutrient dense - eggs on the planet and we love cooking them up in all sorts of ways.
A NOTE: This page will be always perpetually "under construction" as I will continue to add new recipes!
You can make this hearty and comforting with a wide range of seasonal vegetables. I like to serve it over a scoop of barley. Barley is a great and health grain, very balancing.
Beyond Potato Mashes -Cauliflower and Bay Purée & Roasted Fennel
Simple Marinated Tomato and Pasta Summer Recipe
So simple and delicious - yet elegant and subtle. No cooking required except for the pasta! See Recipe here, on our Merry Tomato Page.
Herbal Base Soup - Potato Leek with Marjoram or any fresh herb
This is a basic and simple Potato Leek soup that I use as a base for testing and truly tasting various herbs. It is absolutely stunning using fresh marjoram.
Swiss Chard and Gulf Shrimp
A Great Recipe for Enjoying the Abundance of Summer Swiss Chard!
If I ever opened a crab-shack cafe at the shore, this is definitely one of the dishes I'll put on my menu!
Garlic Broth - A delicious way to keep your immune system working optimally!
Fig and Basil Salad Dressing
A stunning addition to any mild lettuce salad.
2/3 cup olive oil
1/3 cup golden balsamic vinegar
about 6-7 ripe fresh figs
1 shallot or 3-5 scallions
a sprinkle of sea salt
lots of freshly ground black pepper
a sprinkle of fresh herb leaves (thyme, oregano, basil, rosemary, parsley all work well)
Put all ingredients into a food processor. Give it a couple pulses until well mixed and smooth. Use right away over a salad of mild lettuce leaves like romaine or butterhead. This is also great on a sandwich - particularly with arugula as the green!
We also do a Workshop each summer on Making Salad Dressings.
Cinnamon Swirl Bread
This recipe may have a lot of steps - but each is simple and quick. And it is totally worth the work!
Shitake and Asparagus Sauté
Great all on its own or as a side dish. But you can also add any sort of protein to it or add pasta or rice and make it into a comfort food. The shitake and asparagus flavors truly compliment one another.
Shaved and Buttered Golden (or Red) Beets
A nutrient, mineral, and anti-oxidant rich side dish. Also great on top of a leafy salad. You can't stop eating it!