Football season is upon us. Some of us–that would be me–don’t really care about the sport. But the snacks? I’m a fan!
Give me some good nibbles, and I might even pay attention for a quarter or so while the football fiends yell at the big-screen TV.
This year, I’m offering pimento cheese dip. It’s a variation on the spread that I’ve written about before, but tamed down to appeal to people who didn’t grow up on the bold flavors of the original Southern staple. Continue reading Pimento cheese for everyone
The big slicing tomatoes and medium salad varieties are slowing down in our planter boxes by the curb, but the cherry tomatoes continue to run riot.
The Sungold vines have enveloped the other varieties in their box and the little orange orbs festoon the plants like Christmas lights. The larger Isis are a little less vigorous but a dozen or so ripen every day in beautiful colors that blend from red to pink and yellow.
We eat them in salads, pop them into our mouths as snacks while we work in the garden, give them away to anyone who will take them and still we can’t keep up. Continue reading Cherry tomatoes make the sauce