Tag Archives: The Seasonal Palate

Tim Vidra

Lot18 Collage

Labor Day: We don’t know why we celebrate it, except to ask ourselves, “Where did summer go?” Instead of doing that or concentrating on a list of must-make end-of-summer recipes, just consider Labor Day weekend a welcome introduction to transition-season fare…. [Read more…]

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Chorizo Kale and Potato Frittata Lot18

This fresh and rustic brunch dish is simple to prepare and can be served directly from a cast-iron skillet. The potato in combination with the egg and other fresh ingredients make this frittata a hearty breakfast that pairs well with a Champagne, of course. … [Read more…]

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Avocado Shrimp Salad Lot18

Back to School commercials have hit the airwaves, but news flash, it is still summer so I’m cooking and eating for the season. Today I’m bringing you one of my favorites, a refreshing shrimp salad stuffed in an avocado, served with a bottle… [Read more…]

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Summer Salads Lot18

This month, I’m pretty much only serving summer salads. Cool and refreshing, most any summer-salad recipe pairs well with a bright, white, zesty wine. That said, and as you will see in the round up above — salad does not have… [Read more…]

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Hungarian Cucumber Salad Lot18

It’s smart to be selective with your summer vegetables. For example, tomatoes really never taste quite as good in the heat of July, as they do in this heirloom tomato salad. Another summer vegetable that really never tastes better at… [Read more…]

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