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Learning to make Venezuelan arepas stuffed with carnitas, cheese, avocado, and topped with guasacaca (avocado salsa). Fabulous.
Meatball sandwich - messy, but good.
Time to make the apple cider doughnuts from Lara Ferroni's new book: Doughnuts. Enter to win a free copy of this gorgeous cookbook!
Soothing wonton soup is simple to make and simply wonderful to eat.
Snickerdoodles and my BlogHer Food 2010 San Francisco recap.
You can do more with that little pumpkin than bake a pie... try this fabulous pumpkin soup from Gluten-Free Girl and the Chef's new cookbook.
Parmesan and bacon crackers. Homemade. Totally awesome.
Chinese stir-fried scallops. This version is spicy, but you can make it mild. Just make sure you use fresh scallops.
Apple tarte tatin. That's fall calling your name, babycakes.
Thai chicken coconut soup (tom kah kai).
Pan-seared black cod fillet on a bed of summer corn, zucchini, and cherry tomatoes.
Mexican wedding cookies, and a wedding to boot!
Sautéed shishito peppers or padróns.
IFBC 2010 Seattle recap.
We had our first frost, so this means I've gotta stuff as many peaches down my gullet as possible... maybe some prosciutto-wrapped grilled peaches?
Before summer slips away, I had to get one pie in... a luscious blueberry pie. Yip!
Mmm, seasonal fresh figs piped with creamy Gorgonzola dolce blue cheese and drizzled in honey. A great appetizer to serve as summer winds down.
Fresh restaurant-style salsa del Norte - the way they do it in New Mexico.
White peach sorbet: refreshingly fruity and in season - a great way to cool it.
How about a savory galette with bacon, parmesan, goat cheese, and zucchini?
Red bell pepper honey vinaigrette on blackened grilled flank steak and salad greens.
Limon sunrise cocktail - so fruity and colorful! Mixed with my homemade limoncello.
Blue cornmeal-crusted green chiles, fried to delicate perfection and stuffed in a taco. Wooo!
Cool down and relax. Honeydew granita is what's happening this summer.
Chinese sweet red bean (adzuki) soup.
Terrific grilled vegetable salad - a great way to get your veggies AND your summer on.
A little twist on an old favorite: Thai tea ice cream.
Pad see ew - Thai noodles based on Pim's recipe. Utterly fantastic. You want this. You do.
Tuna ceviche... yiha!
Cherry granita - the marriage of fruit and ice is simple and beautiful.
Thai cucumber salad. Pretty. Simple. Quick. Cool. Awesome.
A delightful little treat to give to someone you love (or like): a cream cheese brownie.
Italian meatballs from Lorna Yee's book, The Newlywed Kitchen. They're so good, it might be worth skipping the wedding and getting straight to the recipe!
Grilled salmon panang takes a few minutes to whip up and serve.