Sundried Tomato Quiche

Sundried Tomato Quiche

The perennial herbs have sprung back to life in my backyard, and I am having a lot of fun cooking with them. One of the best parts of spring and summer is being able to pick handfuls of herbs from the vegetable garden. Every year, the thyme, sage, mint, chives and garlic greens resurface, sunny and… 

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French Onion Tart, Gluten-Free

french onion tart

It’s the weekend guys, and I don’t know about you but I feel good. Ecstatic, even, although it’s not like I’ve got anything special planned out. But how great is the very thought of two full days crammed with nothing other than endless possibilities of having fun? And here’s one way to have that fun and… 

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Whole-Wheat Sourdough Baguettes

My dead oven sprang to life last week and I couldn’t wait for the weekend so I could put it to work again. I had the perfect job for it too: baking up a Whole-Wheat Sourdough Baguette. Or two. Baguettes can be tremendously healthy eats, especially when made my way. These crusty hunks of French… 

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Sablé, or French Shortbread

Sable

I am a sucker for shortbread, but then who isn’t? Especially when it’s elegant French shortbread, buttery and crumbly with just a hint of sugar. A Sablé. I’ve shared with you before many shortbread recipes, including one for the classic Scottish Shortbread, and one of the chief differences between the two versions is that the… 

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Caramelized Onion Tart with Olives

Caramelized Onion Tart

Holy Cow! is four — a grand old lady in Internet years– and to celebrate I have for you a savory, elegant treat: this golden Caramelized Onion Tart. But first I want to say a big thank you to all of you– my wonderful, intelligent, passionate readers — who have stuck with Holy Cow! through… 

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Sweet Potato Quiche

Sweet Potato Quiche with Caramelized Onions

Spring is time to go yard-saleing. It’s one of the reasons I most look forward to this time of year. Much as I hate going to shops, I admit there’s a gorgeously vicarious joy in going into other people’s homes and rummaging through their stuff — even if it’s stuff they’ve decided they don’t want… 

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Ratatouille and Rosemary Polenta Spiked With Miso

One can’t possibly say goodbye to summer without at least once cooking up a pot of ratatouille, a delectable dish filled with the vibrant flavors of the vegetable garden. To me a ratatouille symbolizes the beauty of French cuisine: its dazzling simplicity. While the thought of cooking French food can sometimes appear intimidating because of… 

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