This is one of those dishes that’s a little time consuming to make, but it’s delicious enough to warrant the effort for an occasional treat.
Heading to Garibaldi last Sunday was a two-fold adventure: Escape the stifling heat in the Mid-Valley and rake for cockles at Tillamook Bay during the lowest tide of the year. It seems like many others had the same in mind because I found the usually vacant parking lot at the crabbing pier and bay access […]
For me, the anticipation of the reopening of the seasonal Salem Saturday Market is in many ways like looking forward to sunbreaks, the first flush of green on the dormant trees, and the end of the incessant rain that defines Oregon winters. After shopping indoors for six months, you just crave browsing the produce, plants, […]
If I lived by a culinary clock, pea shoots would herald the arrival of spring, corn would signal that summer had finally come, and kale would mean the autumn winds were here. We used to eat — like the way we dressed — according to the seasons. But with the arrival of refrigerated container cargo […]