California Cooking

As you saw on Wednesday, we have the most darling little goat farm in nearby Pescadero. They make the most incredible, award winning goat cheese. If you have a chance to visit the Bay Area, its worth taking a coastal drive down Highway 1 and cutting in a little bit to see this cute country […]

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As summer approaches, the farmer’s markets are bursting with delicious fruits and vegetables. I have to set myself a limit or I end up with more produce than we could possibly use! Today I’m throwing some of the spoils of my visit together in a gorgeous veggie dish, Asparagus with Balsamic Tomatoes.Snap the ends of […]

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I don’t normally cook with chicken thighs. I tend to use chicken breasts 90% of the time. They always look so gorgeous in the store, but I think that I have been missing out. The chicken thigh is so much more flavorful and tender. I opted to use chicken thighs for this dish and I […]

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When we were on the train from Florence, rolling through the Italian countryside we passed through the food regions of Tuscany, including the town of Parma. While we were able to sample many regional ingredients while in Florence, I hope to go back to explore some more. There are cheese making classes and balsamic tasting […]

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Let’s face it, mozzarella, basil, tomatoes, and balsamic make the best combination ever. I love combining them on a bruschetta (if I’m not doing pesto bruschetta), I enjoy throwing them together in a caprese dip, and they can take a boring chicken dinner to a whole new level. This recipe calls for cooking your chicken […]

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