Monthly Archives: July 2007

Delicious Spring Baby Spinach Salad

Spring in the Mid-Atlantic region means amazing fresh greens and nothing is better than a traditional spinach salad to ring… Continue reading »

Roast Pork Loin with Apple Coulis

Visit any farmers’ market in the Mid-Atlantic region during the fall and you’ll find a beautiful harvest of apples that… Continue reading »

Food Recalls in the News – Again!

First, let me say that the U.S. one of the safest food supplies in world and we are all fortunate… Continue reading »

Basmati Rice Salad with Fennel, Tomatoes & Capers

Basmati Rice Salad with Fennel, Tomatoes & Capers I love Basmati rice and just about anything with capers! This is… Continue reading »

Watermelon in January – The Evolution of Unseasonal Eating

I’m not sure when it happened, but somewhere along the way it became perfectly reasonable to me that I could… Continue reading »

Spinach and Sundried Tomato Risotto

Spinach and Sundried Tomato Risotto 1/2 shallot(s), diced 1 garlic, clove, crushed 2 cups veal or chicken stock 1 cup… Continue reading »

Char-grilled Atlantic Salmon with Raspberry Balsamic Reduction

Char-grilled Atlantic Salmon with Raspberry Balsamic Reduction on a Bed of Baby Spinach Serves 4 1/2 teaspoon salt 1/4 teaspoon… Continue reading »

The Factory Farm – The Road to Unsustainable Agriculture

Over the last few decades, large factory-style farms have been replacing the small family-owned farms in the United States. Why… Continue reading »

Sustainable Living and Food Choices

It’s (finally) common knowledge: The health of our planet is in serious danger as the result of decades of harmful… Continue reading »