As a result of my onion cutting post, I received a lot of mail about other theories on how to cut an onion. So I decided to host an Onion Throwdown and host the world’s foremost knife wielders to demonstrate different methods of cutting an onion. OK, maybe it was the best knife wielder in […]
Keep reading Catalyst Cooks’ take on Mayslacks Roast Beef – ‘Jenstyle’
What happened to this week? Is it already Friday? I can’t believe it!
Parley Lake Winery will be serving delicious Catalyst Cooks food this summer… so please stop out to visit me (I’ll be managing the tasting room) and try the wine paired with homemade breads, crackers, spreads, and other bites!
I wanted to share […]
Keep reading The Red Spread (aka Roasted Red Pepper Tapenade)
I love to have business meetings at my house. We get the panoramic view of what’s happening on the street, in the backyard, and at the neighbor’s from my office.
Yesterday I was lucky to host Faith, wellness coach and woman of action! We shared some stories, brainstormed some ideas (look for a Catalyst Cooks […]
Keep reading Make Hummus (or hummous, as you like) from scratch
I’m a big fan of seasonal cooking.
Meaning: I love to cook based on what’s in season.
I think this really kicked in for me when I first joined a local farm CSA (Community Supported Agriculture, see my post here.)
I noticed a correlation – the produce I got from my farmer was also the […]
Keep reading Tis the Season (for Fruit Salsa)
For the month of April, which ranged from crazy Turkey sightings to Beach Visits, the Lunch Club’s favorite meal was a traditional one: Chicken Pot Pie in ramekins.
The word Ramekin is so cool, and the single-serving dishes are so cute- that must be why this dish won! Presentation is important!
Adapted from April 2007 […]
Keep reading Traditional Lunch is the April winner