Courtesy Judith Hausman The zucchini just keeps on coming, so this week, Iâ€™m using it in a wonderful salad with kasha, herbs and a light lemon-oil dressing. Kasha is buckwheat groats, popular in Russian and Balkan cuisine, and contrary to the name, not wheat at all. I love the nutty taste and rough texture of […]
At the height of the summer, the amount of zucchini is overwhelming and itâ€™s easy to find yourself in a rut. However, these tender, small squash, in all their wonderful variety, can be a welcome raw material many simple summer dishes. Whether bright-yellow, pale-green, striped, scalloped, tennis ball-shaped, you can grate them, dice them, sautÃ© […]
Those lingering August days bring an annual summer rite of passage to our farmstead kitchen at Inn Serendipity: the kitchen counter covered with the garden harvest.