Category Archives: Food

Tim Vidra

Tasting Room Thyme Ice Cubes

Every spring I look forward to planting my herb garden. It’s so convenient to slip out back, snip a few sprigs of rosemary, thyme, basil or oregano straight from the garden, and add them to whatever you may be creating… [Read more…]

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Tim Vidra

Radishes and Butter-Tasting Room

Radishes with butter and salt is a French classic, typically served as a starter in place of bread. It’s surprisingly simple to assemble and makes for an unexpected palate pleaser. This dish showed up recently on the menu of a… [Read more…]

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Tim Vidra

Stuffed Artichoke

At first glance, this recipe might look complex, but if you know you’ll be grilling out later in the day, simply steam your artichokes and make your bread crumb mixture in advance — the rest is a breeze. When the… [Read more…]

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Nancy Fann-Im

Maybe you’re a parent who just doesn’t have the energy to prepare a dinner involving any sort of real food — the memory of last night’s horror show, when you tried to serve the kids the beef bourguignon you slaved… [Read more…]

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Farfalle Sun Dried Tomatoes and Goat Cheese Tasting Room-4

Perfect for a light lunch or a quick weeknight meal, this fun bow-tie pasta recipe is perfect for soaking up the flavors of sun-dried tomatoes and goat cheese. Adding arugula, a springtime favorite, brings a nice peppery bite. Serve this simple, easy-to-prepare… [Read more…]

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