TIP OF THE DAY: Make A Summer Crisp Or Cobbler

[1] A yummy peach crisp (photo courtesy GoDairyFree.org). [2] Individual blueberry crisps (photo courtesy Dole). [3] An apricot-blackberry cobbler (photo courtesy Good Eggs).   While some people love pie crusts, were’re on there opposite end of the spectrum. We’re there for the filling. We’d rather have a bowl of custard or chocolate pudding than a…
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TIP OF THE DAY: Stone Fruit Salad

“Everybody must get stoned!” sang Bob Dylan in Rainy Day Women #12 & 35. Someone, whip him up a stone fruit salad! 1. MIX together your favorite greens. We like to add something peppery as a counterpoint to the sweet fruit, such as baby arugula, daikon/radish and/or watercress. We also like to add crunch, in…
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TIP OF THE DAY: Summer Fruits & Vegetables, Part 2

Yesterday, chef Johnny Gnall highlighted new ways to serve seasonal produce. Today he discusses five more fruits and vegetables, bursting with flavor and waiting for you to pick up a pound or two. If you have questions or suggestions for tips, email Chef Johnny. OKRA Some people can get weird about okra, and with good…
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