Whiskey Scented Butternut Squash Pizza with Fried Sage & Pine Nuts

Pizza dough is really quite simple. You start with warm water, add the yeast, and then wait for it to soften and bubble a bit (usually about 5 minutes). Then, you add the sugar, salt and olive oil. Once that is mixed, you add your 2 cups of flour and mix away with a wooden spoon (or stand mixer) until …

Fall SLO Farmer’s Market Eats

If you are a “SLO-cal” first of you know what that even means, but you also know all about our amazinggg weekly farmers market. If you are not- let me explain our little gem of a town, San Luis Obispo, aka SLO is has an amazing- like I’m talking famoussss farmer’s market that is legit. Rain or shine you can …

Cherry & Mascarpone Toast with Fresh Tarragon

Start by gently warming the olive oil with the lemon zest and honey. While it warms and the flavors blend, get to chopping up your cherries. This job is a cinch and quick if you have a cherry pitter. Sad day for me when I discovered that I couldn’t find mine! So it was the paring knife that got the …

Grand Marnier Stuffed Chocolate Dipped Strawberries

Trendy Tuesday Today I am hitting you with a delicious trend that we have seen popping up everywhere in the wedding world (did we ever mention that we are caterers and special event designers, aka we do weddings every week).  I figured with the awesome strawberry season that we are having right now, we might as well show you how …