Monthly Archives: May 2016


Summertime Soup with Baby Squash, Peppers & Tomatoes – Thickened with Humus

It’s summertime and cooking should be easy. It’s mid May, and if you’re not in Arizona you probably think it’s spring. But I’m in Phoenix and it will be 104 today – so it’s summer. I’m not defining the seasons based on how I feel about the weather, I’m basing them on how the weather… Read More


Vadouvan-Crusted Ahi in Under 30 Minutes

Vadouvan is a French culinary homage to the Asian spices and flavors found in curries, and it’s one of my favorite things to have in a jar in my kitchen. Vadouvan is spicy because it’s made with a lot of spices, but it’s not the sort of spicy denoted on menus by small red chilies… Read More