Isn’t it amazing how much longer the days have become these last few weeks? I love May; it gives me time to grill the food for dinner, even for Shabbat dinner on Friday nights. Last week I grilled carne asada and sumac flavored chicken thighs. To compliment the grilled meats
Our house was filled with conversation, laughter, the Ah ha of revelation when someone tastes something sublime, or grasps some pearl of new knowledge. We gathered in the family, kid’s friends, our friends to conduct a very traditional Seder. For weeks ahead I write lists, shop and shop and shop yet again.
After our visits to the kosher shops on Pico Boulevard and the Santa Monica Farmer’s Market, we drove out to the Desert and area of small towns about 2 hours (if no traffic) east of Los Angeles on Friday morning to spend Shabbat relaxing in the sun. The Desert includes, Palm Springs, Palm Desert, Rancho Mirage, […]
Wednesday’s Santa Monica Farm Market yielded some fantastic surprises to get my culinary juices flowing. My finds included, rose fleshed, creamy textured, fingerling potatoes; large sweet grape tomatoes, juicy limes, and best of all chanterelle mushrooms. The chanterelles only happen when the weather and humidity conditions are right in the fall and winter. How about […]