Cold Succotash Salad

Cold Succotash Salad

In summer when the corn is sweet and juicy, you need to add very little to make it perfect. This salad takes two classics, corn salad and succotash and melds them into one lovely summer dish. Pillowy butter beans and sweet corn are tossed with a simple buttermilk dressing. It’s summer and it’s southern. Happiness.  [yumprint-recipe … Continue reading

Blueberry Buckle Crumb Cake

Blueberry Buckle Crumb Cake

More than a coffee cake and more than a muffin, this snack cake screams summer! Blueberries start to ripen about the same time that the waters around Cape Cod start to warm up enough to venture a dip. This snack cake is perfect for picnics, and also works well for breakfasts and for bribing kids into … Continue reading

Simple Peach Pie

Simple Peach Pie

When I was young and just figuring out that I want to spend my life cooking, I read a quote that said, “To be known as a good cook, start with the freshest ingredients and do very little to them.” The quote was attributed to Julia Child, although I now believe it’s a misquote of … Continue reading

Iced Tea Concentrate

Iced Tea Concentrate

Now that summer is here, a large space on the top shelf of my fridge is dedicated to a pitcher of iced tea. It’s a habit formed long ago in the south, and one I will not give up. Recently I discovered that not all tea concentrates are those tiny packets of harsh overly-sweet tea … Continue reading

Unordinary Lobster Rolls

Unordinary Lobster Rolls

To get a pure, New England lobster roll, you need to do little more than toss lobster meat with mayonnaise and stuff it in a buttered and toasted hot dog bun. But from there a million and two different variations bloom to form a lobster roll cult where members spend their summers roaming from clam … Continue reading

INEEG Issue #1: Summer 2016

INEEG Issue #1: Summer 2016

  Five years ago this month I started this blog as a way to share my love of seasonal eating with anyone that cared to read it. I was an avid follower of the big name blogs like Pioneer Woman, Smitten Kitchen, Homesick Texan and many others. I was sure I could do what they … Continue reading

Spinach and Cheddar Soda Bread

Spinach and Cheddar Soda Bread

Attention: In the days leading up to St. Patrick’s Day, many will go searching for true and authentic Irish Soda Bread. This is not that bread!  I don’t get the holiday. I’ve made posts for Easter, Passover, Christmas, Pi Day, Halloween, Thanksgiving, and pretty much anything. Until now, I’ve never had any interest in recognizing … Continue reading

Honey Garlic Squash Fries

Honey Garlic Squash Fries

In my last post I promised you a new recipe. This is one I developed while trying to come up with a recipe to use the delicious Happy Valley Rewarewa Honey provided me by the company. It was delicious honey, and works well in this recipes. However, it’s a waste of good honey to use … Continue reading

Happy Valley Rewarewa Honey

Happy Valley Rewarewa Honey

This post is VERY overdue. I’ve spent the last two months trying to figure out how to handle this post, and now it’s time to get on with it.  Happy Valley, a varietal honey company from New Zealand, sent me a jar of their Rewarewa honey back in December and asked me to review it for … Continue reading