Sweet Corn Chowder with Roasted Vegetables, Garden Chives and Bolted Cilantro Recipe

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We all have a past life, don’t we? Or is it just me? Every now and again, I think about my past life. I lived in Oregon. It rained a lot. I was (mostly) miserable. And I was convinced I had nothing in common with the food growin’, chicken totin’ hippies that looked like mop dogs… 

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New England Style Clam Chowder with Andouille Sausage, Fresh Corn and Mushrooms

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About a month ago, I had the privilege of meeting Chef Johnny Prep while he was in town to teach local kids how to eat healthy. Johnny brought with him (from Michigan via checked luggage) not one, not two, but THREE different soups for us to try. One of them was a delicious New England style… 

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Wolfgang Puck’s Tortilla Soup

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“Cook from the heart, and with love.” – Wolfgang Puck As summer turns to fall and the days get shorter and shorter, I struggle with the strain of not being at home as much as I’d like to. It’s not that I’m spending more hours at the office; it’s just dark on both ends of… 

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Misty Morning Cob

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RGB yellow corn near the main vegetable garden. – RGB Wordless Wednesdays are intended to highlight our current RGB edibles. You can view all of our Wordless Wednesday edibles by clicking on the category of the same name.

Cloning a Holiday Tradition

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37 years ago, Barry and his good friend Bruce started throwing annual holiday potluck dinners to get their friends together in the post-college years. The only other person who has attended all 37 years is their friend Ken. Some-time after that first party, Ken and his wife Susan started contributing their creamed corn (which I’m… 

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