Lemon and Fennel Risotto - CERES Fair Food
This winter weather has me looking through past recipes that have been shared on our website, and I found a few goodies like this delicious, comfort food winner!
Rustic Tomato Tarts
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The All Time Favourite Recipe on this Blog - Summit Salad
If I had to guess which post on this blog had the greatest number of 'hits' over time, I'm not sure I would have guessed this particular salad. But this is it; the most popular post on the blog. Maybe readers think I'm feeding veggies to world leaders. Who knows? The photo isn't even that appetizing. There's something about this hearty salad, originally derived from a cookbook called Whitewater Cooks, that appeals. I was given Whitewater Cooks by my young friends, sisters K. and K., who grew…
Rustic Tomato Tart from the Whitewater Cookbook - this isn't the origional photo from the book though. I made this tart for my bookclub, and also another with carmalized onions and roasted eggplant and goat cheese. It was divine. The crust is a corn meal base, and it crisps up beautifully. Very easy to waz up dough in the food processor. I added a drizzle of balsamic vinegar and some olive oil and coarse salt before serving.
House Salad - Whitewater Cooks
When I was over at the Fit Family's house recently, I noticed that Fit Momma had the Whitewater Cooks at Home cookbook. I always have a hard time narrowing down which recipe to try since they all sound so good, so I asked Fit Momma if there were any she would recommend and she said the House Salad. When I read it over, it sounded good but not like anything special so I figured I'd make it to go with my lunches for the week. My assessment of not anything special wrong sure was wrong…