Sweet Potato Noodle Kugel

Thanksgivukkah Potluck

In a world where holidays collide — where Thanksgiving and Hanukkah battle to become the ultimate holiday — 18 food bloggers unite to bring peace to the dinner table … with a Thanksgivukkah feast to remember for 70,000 years. Okay, perhaps it isn’t quite that dramatic. But, this year — for the first time in [...]

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Pressure Cooker Beef Stock

Bones and Veggies for Homemade Beef Stock

Last Sunday, The Chef and I spent a leisurely morning together at home. Since the weather was perfect, we opened the windows to allow the beautiful, crisp breeze to blow through. We also decided to whip up a batch of homemade beef stock … and when the delicious scent of the simmering stock began to [...]

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Pressure Cooker Short Rib and Brisket Stew

Pressure Cooker Short Rib and Brisket Stew

Remember when I said I was going to post here at Rhubarb and Honey every day this month? Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha … deep breath … exhale … ha ha ha ha ha ha ha! I am officially admitting defeat in Nesting Place’s 31 Days blog challenge … and I’m totally okay [...]

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Unprocessed DIY

Unprocessed DIY

This morning, a fellow October #Unprocessed pledge-taker posted a link in the October #Unprocessed Facebook group that led me to a fabulous list of DIY recipes from The Kitchn — everything from DIY garlic paste and DIY breadcrumbs to DIY oat flour and DIY maraschino cherries — seriously, it’s quite a list … and it [...]

Pressure Cooker Mushroom “Risotto”

Pressure Cooker Mushroom "Risotto"

One of the best parts of October #Unprocessed is creating new recipes that fit the unprocessed mold … and today, I have just such a recipe for you. Faithful readers will recall the braised kale salad I developed for the September issue of Feast Magazine (another great unprocessed recipe!), which I made using one of [...]

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Ad Hoc: “End of Summer” Raw Vegetable Salad

Raw Vegetable Salad

Zucchini, yellow squash, tomatoes … all ubiquitous summer vegetables that one inevitably ends up with way too much of each season. Need a quick and easy way to use up the last of your summer bounty? Look no further than my “end of summer” raw vegetable salad … the second recipe in my “Ad Hoc” [...]

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Braised Kale Salad for Feast Magazine

Feast Magazine September 2013

See this? That’s the cover of the September issue of FEAST Magazine. Now, see this? That’s me … listed as a contributing writer. Yeah, I still can’t believe it either. Seriously, someone pinch me now. I’m truly honored to have been included in FEAST’s Go, Gadget, Go! article, which features myself and four other local [...]

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Roasted Garlic Baba Ganoush + Sumac and Black Sesame Pita Chips

Roasted Garlic Baba Ganoush

As I mentioned in my latest post about labneh (ie, homemade cream cheese!), The Chef and I recently attended a Middle Eastern-themed dinner party where I was challenged to make and bring an appetizer on theme. Of course, my first thought was hummus — a traditional Middle Eastern dip made from chickpeas, tahini, olive oil, [...]

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Labneh (Homemade Cream Cheese)

Labneh

The Chef and I were recently invited to a Middle-Eastern themed dinner party at the home of our friends, Justin and Rob. As soon as the invite hit my inbox, I asked Justin what we could bring. His reply? “An appetizer … something on theme. You like a challenge, right?” Why, yes … yes, I [...]

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