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Heirloom Tomatoes and Summer Time

Posted by Monica Yu on

Heirloom Tomatoes and Summer Time

September is here which means summer is coming to an end, and fresh Heirloom Tomato’s are growing away. Heirloom tomato’s come in all different shapes, sizes and colors; which is an exciting addition to any meal. These tomatoes come in different flavors range from high acidity to mild and almost sweet. It just depends on the Heirloom you pick while you are at the local farmers market or grocery store. These tomatoes are such a fun way to brighten up a dish you maybe preparing for friends and family. Heirloom tomatoes can be used for an appetizer or as a side dish.

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Strawberries and Summer Time

Posted by Monica Yu on

Strawberries and Summer Time

Summer is in full swing with long nights, backyard BBQ’s and Brunches that can last all day. It is sweet California Strawberry season and if you are looking for a way for you, your friends and family to cool your taste buds off take a look at this delicious recipe. What says Summer more than sweet, tart and delicious strawberries? Added to the layers of flavor with this shortbread recipe, it is a perfect way to start your morning with breakfast or end your evening as a dessert. Ingredients Shortcakes: 1 1/2 cups all-purpose flour, plus more for dusting 3 tablespoons...

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All Star Line Up: LA Dogs

Posted by Katrina Coulourides on

All Star Line Up: LA Dogs

We officially kick off summer celebrating with one of the best ways we know how as Americans, with friendly gatherings and BBQ. This recipe takes an American classic and kicks it up with fusion toppings and favorite local flavors. Try these dogs one at a time or throw a potluck and serve all four! Luckily baseball season lends to more opportunities to try more topping combinations. Hot diggity dog, summer is going to be tasty.Start by cooking your chosen franks with your preferred method; boil, grill, campfire, etc. We chose to broil our franks in the oven for approximately 7...

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Roquefort & Roughage Salad

Posted by Monica Yu on

Roquefort & Roughage Salad

We love this recipe for Roquefort & Roughage Salad because of the joyous harmony of the citrusy dressing with the pungent creaminess of the cheese. This raw sheep's milk cheese coats the leaves beautifully making these cruciferous vegetables absolutely delicious to devour. For this recipe, we sourced the French Roquefort from Milk Farm, a cheese shop in Eagle Rock. They had many delicious options of cheese in the blue family that would also do wonderfully in this salad. You can source your blue cheese from just about any cheese shop or grocery store.  Not everyone loves a pungent blue cheese and finding...

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Hearty & Meaty Cassoulet

Posted by Monica Yu on

Hearty & Meaty Cassoulet

Have any extra ingredients from your New Year Party? Don't let it go to waste, start off the 2019 new year with this slow cooking, aromatic and savory Cassoulet. Cassoulet originated from South of France, so we suggest you pair this with a Cabernet/Syrah blend such as Chateau La Tour de l'Eveque Noir et Or  . It has a Syrah base, making them natural partners for thick stews. The pungent, wild flavors of pork and lamb will be tamed when served with Syrah. Serves 6–-8 people, Cook Time 2–-2 ½ hours Ingredients: 1 lb of Pork Butt, cut into 1” cubes 1 lb of Leg of...

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