Suzi's Blog

Blueberry Nectarine Pie from First Prize Pies by Allison Kave

  In First Prize Pies, Allison Kave argues that you can enjoy pie year round. Her argument is sound, and you can see my review here. But, ah aren’t there always buts in life, I think late summer is just the one time of year when you have to try pie. There are blueberries and…

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TBT Recipe: Summer Lamb with Fennel and Roasted Nectarines

  It may be summer, but we still eat hot meat. I think this dish is best served at dusk when the breezes pick and relief from the summer heat is in the air. Here's a recipe from last year and this still perfect for this July. It's a grand combination of lamb and nectarines.…

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Summer Lamb with Fennel and Roasted Nectarines from Clodagh’s Irish Kitchen

At Cooking by the Book, Suzen has surrendered. There are just some dishes that she cannot get her corporate clients to eat. Guests come here, cook together in our large kitchen, and dine on their own creations. People will just not eat Bambi. Not here, but they do in Ireland. And not just in the…

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Tiny’s Smoothies from Pike Place Market

Seattle is famous for many things but food wise the top spot has to be Pike Place Market. This is the oldest continually operated farmers market in the country, starting in 1907. There is a three story neon sign that says Public Market Center, and for locals the official name for a while was Pike…

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