a seasonal food blog
here you’ll find a collection of modern, mostly seasonal recipes that aren’t necessarily easy or fast— but they are always delicious
This is the ultimate artisan yeast bread. The crust is crunchy and shattery, the center is chewy and filled with big melted pools of dark chocolate. It’s a heady combination of textures that’s usually reserved for artisan bakeries and long lines— not the comfort of your own kitchen.
This is a fragrant, boozy, lemony whiskey sour that’s rounded out with a sweet hit of anise honey simple syrup. It’s a quick and refreshing summer cocktail.
This is a flavorful spring panzanella, accented with tender morsels of fava beans and crunchy cucumbers. The salad starts with craggily, olive oil rich croutons and is tossed with zingy red wine vinegar, pickled shallots, mint and feta. It’s a fresh, unique stand alone summer salad.
This is an elegant spring cake that's bursting with juicy berries, bright lemon zest, and the delicate tang of creme fraiche. It's buttery, moist, and incredibly simple to make.
The sweet-sour, plum-like flavor tamarind is combined with earthy tequila, lime juice, and Cointreau for a flavorful, unique spin on the classic cocktail.
This flatbread is the epitome of spring. A chewy, charred flatbread is topped with sweet creamy ricotta, peppery greens and crunchy vegetables for a light and filling spring meal.
This sparkling shrub cocktail is made with a sweet-tart raspberry syrup that is balanced with bubbles and fragrant basil. There’s a touch of white balsamic for complexity and freshness.
These are thick, chewy cookies with big chunks of apricots scattered throughout. The maple syrup and brown sugar keep these cookies extra chewy and moist and the flaky salt keeps you coming back for more.
This is a hearty butter lettuce salad filled with creamy gigante beans, peppery salami, and crunchy slices of fennel. It's full of texture and flavor, and won't leave you feeling hungry after you eat it!