A New Herb

Fresh coriander seeds

 

We’ve talked about it on the blog before but it bears repeating. Every summer your cilantro plant will begin to flower, and then bust out into fresh coriander seeds. And a whole new herb is born. One that is the greatest expression of flavour the plant or seed can offer up. Don’t agree? Let’s see what a world renowned expert of flavour has to say about it. Continue »



Don’t Forget The Corn Fritters

 

Corn is at its peak right now and it is imperative that we make the most of it. The abundance of sunshine and hearty rain showers this summer mean the corn crop is better than it’s ever been. Continue »



Strawberry Salads Forever

Strawberries, Haloumi and Basil via Intuitive Food Design


 
If you look up “strawberry salad” countless options will pop up – not all of them great. Trisha Yearwood‘s version on the Food Network site calls for crushed ramen noodles and a 3/4 cup of sugar in the vinaigrette. It’s enough to make you weep. But don’t lose hope, because we did the heavy lifting and rounded up the most delectable strawberry salad recipes out there. Continue »



Bloomin’ Onion Inspired Mushrooms

 

Chef Adrienne Cheatham’s free master class in mushrooms for Epicurious is a must see.

 

Everything you ever wanted to know about mushrooms but kept forgetting to look into because the algorithm keeps distracting you with Garfield cartoons and vegan cupcake recipes. Now is the time for a deep dive into the endlessly fascinating world of mushrooms. Continue »



A Case For Stone Ground Corn Meal

sugar free cornbread by Serious Eats

Did you know that traditional cornbread of the American South was made without sugar or wheat flour?

We’re looking at the changes – in how corn was milled, and dried before milling – that resulted in alterations to the recipe so profound that nowadays no one even questions the use of flour and sugar when whipping up a batch of cornbread. Let’s make delicious cornbread with us at korucaredoula . Continue »