Lavender is a unique herb in that every part of the plant—bud, stem, and leaf—can be used in cooking. While the lavender flowers and leaves can be used fresh, the buds and stems can be used dried.
Place this filling in the chilled tart dough. Top with olives, currants and pine nuts, creating the design as you go. Serve hot or at room temperature.
Spring blooms are everywhere you look right now in Door County~ Here’s an ideal DIY project that you & your kids (or grandkids) can create that reflects the beauty of the season.
It’s a little hard to tell which is sweeter: Kathy or the goodies she bakes. Try her delicious recipe for Creme Brulee.
While we are patiently waiting for the summer season in Door county, it’s easy to fantasize about sitting in sunshine along the turquoise waters of the Mediterranean Sea. Dream away and when you come back to reality, brew yourself some mint tea or coffee and enjoy this orange and olive oil cake.
Three classic comfort meals from Chef Amy Rebhan. “I hope this finds you well during this difficult time. I am looking so forward to seeing you at the Spoon this summer! I have created some fun recipes and I can’t wait to share them with you! It can’t come soon enough.”
This recipe is endlessly riffable. Use any combination of cheese and herbs.
All chefs really try to embrace local, organic as often, and flavorful dishes. What sets me apart from my colleagues is the skillset and knowledge I bring to class. Everything from the anatomy of knives, to the history of the chickens.