Category Archive: Recipes

Pan Seared Salmon

Coming from Alaska, I have easy access to Alaskan King Salmon. My dad is a recreational fisherman during the summers. When he collects his quota for the season, he ships me loads of… Continue reading

Piquillo Pepper Romesco

[rōˈmeskō]: a piquant sauce of red peppers, nuts, garlic, and olive oil. *Oxford Dictionaries Originally from the region of Catalonia in Spain created by local fisherman in the fifteen century. This sauce pairs… Continue reading

Charcuterie/Antipasto Board

The peninsula, filled with the history of those who once took steps in Charleston, South Carolina, gracefully tapped into my imagination. The sun combined with the faint smell of salt lingering within the… Continue reading

Pickled Shallots

Avid gardeners is what I would call my grandparents. They would have an abundance of fruits and vegetables, some they would share, and some they would have more then they anticipated. To reduce… Continue reading

Lavender Apricot Preserve Recipe

Tomato Sauce

sim·plic·i·ty || the quality or condition of being plain or natural In cooking one word describes my style of cooking: simple. When I think of ingredients, I enjoy keeping the integrity of the ingredient being… Continue reading

Roasting Garlic

One of my favorite ingredients to have on hand is roasted garlic. You can add it to about anything, especially if you want to get some of that sweet caramelized garlic flavor opposed… Continue reading

Butternut Squash Soup

I can feel the chill. I can feel that it’s here. I stare out my window and catch the wind playing with the leaves. Letting the golden colors dance in the air. I… Continue reading

Candied Bacon and Squash Seeds

When I cook I try to utilize every part of the ingredient to the best of my abilities. With this habit, I’ve been able to think outside of the box and truly become creative… Continue reading

Herbed Croutons

It’s that time of year; leaves change colors to the golden yellows, oranges, and browns. The wind will soon pick up in the chilled air as the sun shines down to warm your… Continue reading