Meringue Should Be Sliceable Dammit

Beneath the groves Where lemons yellow Where swaying shades of Green softly cast Lays a sweet sleeper Unbeknownst to the sun Lulled heedless and mild Into brief slumber Many of you asked me for the lemon tart recipe, so here it is. I assure you none of the parts are particularly difficult, but where there… Continue reading Meringue Should Be Sliceable Dammit

backcountry roads

  Forty years Forty years they walked, they walked. They had left, an impossible victory an impossible freedom but that was nothing.   Nothing that was, to them. 08.17.17 Never forget. Hummus 1 can chickpeas, drained but save the liquid 1 tsp sea salt, or to taste 1 tsp cumin seeds 1 large garlic clove,… Continue reading backcountry roads

Edamame and Mint Tartines

Spring knocks on my door I open the fridge and see labneh and sourdough.   No toaster oven guess electric coils will do pray it doesn't burn.   Perhaps olive oil leftover bunch of limp mint from last night's cocktail   Edamame peas though I wish I had favas can't ask for too much  … Continue reading Edamame and Mint Tartines