When we moved to Park City two summers ago, we bought an extra-large Green Egg. The first year we were doing so much construction that we really didn't have time to use it. Last summer we used it a bit but this summer we got committed. We used it all summer in the Mindful Cuisine cooking classes. We made pizza, paella, smoked tenderloin, smoked shrimp, lamb, pork chops and more. These smoked chickens were our end of the season finale.
We invited 25 guests from a local Fining Dining group we belong to, to our home for a BBQ/potluck. We wanted to smoke five chickens Read More
While the late spring snow and icy rain fell outside, and then the dry winds blew across Synderville basin, the radish seeds I planted in March sprouted and grew inside my small greenhouse. I have two beautiful containers full of radishes & their greens - Easter Eggs radishes and French Breakfast radishes.
Now it is time to play in the kitchen .... Read More
What would you make if a friend gave you a bucketful of goose eggs? My friend raises chickens, ducks and geese. He can easily sell the chicken and duck eggs but has a difficult time finding buyers for the goose eggs. My first project - Goose Egg Ravioli! Read More
Snow keeps falling and I am cooking warm, cozy soups and braises. These are dishes that cook slowly on the stovetop or oven, release delicious aromas throughout my home and help to keep it warm. Read More
Every Christmas I go a little crazy baking cookies. I am pretty sure that I am trying to recreate memories of baking Christmas cookies with my mom. This year it was quite clear that my baking ventured down memory lane. My mother (baby in the wicker buggy), grew up in a flat above her father's (man with the mustache) bakery on Michigan Ave in Chicago. Read More