The charcuterie board, simply an art form of its own. What began in 15th century France as the preservation and curing of meats, has now taken on a life of its own, and become an entertaining staple that is filled with flavor, texture, color and personality!
I recall as a child my mother working desperately to perfect recipes and her salsa was certainly one of many. She had an expansive garden with most of the ingredients below in bounty. She used canned tomatoes as she always had her canned tomatoes on the shelf. You can use fresh of course. I have […]
I absolutely ADORE creamy goat cheese! The distinctive, tart, earthy flavor has subtle and often not so subtle variations. Often called by its French name, Chèvre, meaning goat, this cheese type comes in many different flavors and textures, from crumbly to creamy, young to mature, mild to tangy. This versatile cheese can be white or often found coated with […]