Hello, there! Welcome to the new and improving blog at Edible Times. There will be much more to come soon – including fresh content – please excuse our crumbs in the meantime.

Cheers,
Christina

In Season: A tale of two grilled asparagus

Farmers’ markets are cropping up nowadays even in the smallest of towns, as the public demand for better quality food continues to simmer.   And many food-obsessed (like yours truly) swear by the taste and nutrient content of certain homegrown fruits and vegetables.  With that notion, I decided a little one-on-one sparring was in order between […]

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Ode to St. Paddy: Bailey’s Irish Cream macarons

The Edible Times husband has been begging me all week for St. Patrick’s Day-themed macarons.    He presented this as a new and ingenious idea, and seems to have forgot I crafted such a treat for him last year for this raucous-inducing holiday.   However, I must apologize, because I did not share the particulars of turning […]

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Chocolate shortbread cookies with cocoa nibs

My mouth is watering already, and I haven’t even started baking yet.  This is what the thought of chocolate and cocoa nibs and shortbread will do to you, especially if you’ve enjoyed all three in the form of a cookie.   It’s quite simple to get addicted.  As usual, I can help you with that. Craft […]

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For the love of feta (and the best way to cut a bell pepper)

I can’t ever remember meeting a fellow eater who didn’t love feta cheese.   Briny, savory and with a substantial mouth-feel, feta is in a class by itself.  The basic sheep’s milk cheese is satisfying, and the perfect star for a fresh, Greek-inspired, nutrient-rich salad… You know, so there’s less guilt about the majority ingredient being […]

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Sunday Dinner: Pork Roulade

Fancy dinners don’t need to be complicated, and they shouldn’t require kitchen slavery.   Take a pork roulade recipe – when roasted to a perfect doneness that’s golden brown and delicious it gives an air of extravagance.  But this Sunday dinner only takes 15 minutes tops to prepare.  And it’s so easy a husband can […]

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