I first had this luscious Mexican street food at a cool haunt frequented by my daughter and her college friends in Manhattan’s East Village. Mexican street corn – elotes – we’ve all have had, if not on the streets of Mexico, at most country fairs with its buttery cobs showered … Read More
Change of seasons in Southern California is determined by the shade of grass and the thickness of sweaters. In deep January, believe me, we are grateful, but without harsh winters, we just don’t celebrate summer like everyone else. There’s a quiet in our town. Sometimes I miss that authentic neighborhood … Read More
This salad turns summer’s bounty on its head and gives fear to the September’s arrival. Charring corn crystalizes the sugars and when combined with tangy mini heirlooms and fragrant basil fresh from the farm box…well, you too might be babbling in menuspeak.
July Bon Appetit offered up this seasonal solution for … Read More
If I hadn’t made it myself, I never would have believed that a soup steeped in this much sweet creamery goodness and alive with the summer’s freshest bounty, started with yesterday’s corn on the cob and ended in a blender. Almost a crime..but, ten minutes, a power blade, and ready-to-use … Read More