Roasted Garlic

Roasted Garlic

There is something quite beautiful about a head of roast garlic. Complex. Just a little alien looking and even puzzling. Okay, I roasted it. Now what? You can spread that roasted garlic over bread and pair with wine. No, I would not just eat cloves of roasted garlic....
We Don’t Need No Stinkin’ Drying Rack

We Don’t Need No Stinkin’ Drying Rack

  As you can see, dinner was good. Really good. Fresh pasta, eggy and rich. Summer peas from the farmers market. Grated cheese from Italy. You don’t see the bottle of wine, but it was good too. Suzi and I made the pasta. We love that task and enjoy using the pasta...
Happy Easter

Happy Easter

It's Sunday and Easter and I rather doubt that many folks will be looking at this blog today. But if you are, Suzi and I wish you a very happy holiday. So does our cat Gina who is very protective of our Easter candy supply. Li-Lac Chocolates is a New York...
Sunday in Olive

Sunday in Olive

Are you fooded out? Take a break. Maybe just chill on the last of leftoves. You can make a turkey sandwich, adorned with some cranberry relish. One last bite of stuffing on the side. Oh, that sandwich needs some bread, so perhaps on this long weekend you might do a...
Thanksgiving Recipe Ideas: The Posts to Come

Thanksgiving Recipe Ideas: The Posts to Come

This is just a brief note to let you know the theme for the coming few weeks in the posts here on Suzi's Blog. That picture above of the pumpkins is not just an early celebration of Halloween. It's a statement of the season we now in, perhaps kneedeep in...
21 Concord Grape Ideas from Huffington Post

21 Concord Grape Ideas from Huffington Post

For Day 6 of Concord Grape Week, here’s a link to a post on Huffington from November 2011. You will find an abundance of lovely ideas: 21 classic recipes for Concord grapes. It’s a wonderful array of jellies, pies, cakes, cookies, shrubs, sorbets, ice creams and even...