The leaves are finally changing color in Atlanta and I’m suddenly craving purples, reds and yellows! If you also want to eat up these beautiful fall colors, I highly recommend this steamed carrot and beet salad with lemon vinaigrette. Filling, flavorful and earthy, it’s perfect on its own or as a side dish to an autumnal […]
The New York Times Food Facebook page is one of the best things on the internet. You could just read the food section of the news site but the Facebook page draws comments and suggestions from some excellent home cooks. It’s a wealth of good ideas. Anyway, today they shared their much-loved 5-star rated Mushroom-Spinach Soup With […]
Do not spend $30-plus on a simple veggie and cheese platter from the deli. Just don’t. They’re too simple and so much cheaper to make at home. This is not a fancy cheese plate, this is more of a kid-friendly snacking tray that I’m going to take to a small gathering of friends for New […]
My mother, Baltimore native Donna Davis, created this rich and silky cream of crab soup. The sad irony is that in her 50s she developed a severe shellfish and red pepper allergy. Still, she makes it every Christmas Eve for the family, cooking by smell and memory.
Na-na-na-na-na-na-na-na BAT LUNCH! Are you already dreading the forthcoming sugar coma that is Halloween? Here is an easy, healthy, toddler-approved lunch that will fly into your little goblin’s mouth. I give you, purple corn cheese quesadilla with a pretend-pumpkin orange. Have you seen these purple tortillas? I was in Sprouts late last night and they […]