According to Oprah, she has become quite the entertainer especially at her home in Maui. In fact, she featured a delicious sounding cocktail including pineapple infused vodka, fresh squeezed pineapple juice, smoked pineapple and lemongrass among a few other ingredients. Yum. But way too fussy for me to even attempt. I mean, am I really going to juice the pineapple and smoke the discarded pieces? Nope. Continue reading “Oprah Minty”
It’s strawberry season on Cape Cod. That time of year when the native berries are ripe and juicy, practically jumping off the vine, begging to be picked and popped right into your mouth. It’s a short season as far as produce goes: just a few weeks and they are gone. So, it’s important to drop everything and partake in these glorious red orbs at every possible moment. Continue reading “Campfire Strawberries”
I can’t wait for summer to make this soup. But don’t fret if you read this post months from now, in the middle of winter. Although it’s best made with fresh corn and ripe on the vine tomatoes, a bag of frozen corn and a good can of petite diced tomatoes do the trick, too. Somehow I manage to forget about this recipe in the winter months when I feel the need for hardier fare. Perhaps I should remember to make this gem a bit more often instead of waiting to see corn appear on the local farm stands.
P.S. As I was transposing this recipe from my mother’s recipe card, I noticed for the first time the note at the bottom of the recipe about Corn and Shrimp Soup. Where have I been? I must try this next time!
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