Odwalla’s Summertime Lime makes a great mixer. If you are looking for refreshing non-alcoholic beverage, combine 1/4 cup Odwalla Mango Tango with about 2 cups Summertime Lime and serve it over ice. For a better price point, try Minute Maid’s Simply Limeade. Summertime Lime Mojito 6 fresh mint leaves 1/2 cup Odwalla Summertime Lime Pulp from ½ fresh lime 1-ounce quality […]
When I was little, my dad, grandfather and uncle had an annual competition to produce the first garden tomato of the summer. It was a very cut-throat contest that involved seedlings, secrecy and a year’s worth of boasting for the winner. To this day, my dad eats garden tomatoes with a thin layer of Hellman’s […]
Anyway you cut it or serve it, native corn is just tops. It is one of the thrills of summer. Barr’s favorite way to prepare corn was learned from Mexican line cooks at her restaurant, Val 21: Boil husked corn for 3 minutes in lightly salted water. Drain. Rub a lime quarter up and down […]
Truly addicting, www.tastespotting.com is eye-candy for food lovers. Honestly, an hour can pass before we’ve noticed any missing time. We just cannot look away.
Here in Maine, it was a tough blueberry season because of all the wet weather. Maine blueberries are a special, little fruit. They are quite different from the big Jersey blues. Tree blueberries are giant orbs compared to Maine’s minuscule berries. Big blueberries are ideal for eating out of hand and in fruit salads. Smaller “wild” berries have a […]
If you haven’t heard of or sipped Q Tonic, we highly encourage you to get some in your glass. It makes you wish they never stopped making tonic this way. Say good-bye to overly sweet Canada Dry. Q Tonic has fewer calories and is sweetened with agave syrup. It even has real honest to goodness quinine in it! Historically quinine was […]
If there is one poor bastard vegetable of the garden, it is the overgrown zucchini. You know what we are talking about. A well intended family member or neighbor arrives at your door bearing a two pound zucchini and wants to know “Can you do something with this?” Flavoristas are not afraid of a few […]
The original Fanny Farmer, born Mary Watson Merritt, is best known for having standardized American cooking measurements . Instead of “1 teacup full” and “a pat of butter the size of an egg” she designed our current system of cups, teaspoons, tablespoons. She was a reluctant student of the Boston School of Cooking and later became […]