In The Kitchen

End of Summer…

Harvesting the end of summer tomatoes, sweet peppers and fresh herbs to make a fresh pasta sauce.  A little olive oil to cook the onion, garlic, and peppers with sprigs of thyme, oregano and basil.  I just lightly cook the tomatoes so they hold their chunky shape, using Romas, a gigantic yellow tomato, and a…

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Larimer County Farmers’ Market, July 1 Always a line at Native Hill Farm’s Booth   I make it a point to arrive early.  The market opens at 8, runs til noon.  When I arrive early, parking is not a problem, and even though there are lines of customers waiting to check out or be helped,…

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Coconut Oil

I’ve been using coconut oil for years now, and love it for medium temperature cooking.  In spite of the bad press it’s received, it’s a healthy fat to use.  Never stored as fat in the body, so not an “artery-clogging fat,” coconut oil is diverted to the liver where it’s converted to immediate energy.  It…

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