LAST MONTH, we featured fresh strawberries. This month, it’s frozen. In this recipe, frozen strawberries leave little chunks in the dessert. This is so yummy and tastes really light!
• Exeter is home to about 10,500 people.
• While the town is small, its location at the northern entrance to the Sequoia National Forest means that they get lots of visitors from all over the world.
• Orange you glad you visited Exeter? Legend says the world’s sweetest oranges are grown here, and it’s known by some as the “citrus capital of the world.”
• The town was named after Exeter, England – the native land of D.W. Parkhurst, who bought the land from an early settler.
THERE'S JUST SOMETHING about that little red box and the image of the woman holding a basket of grapes that takes you back to opening the lunch packed by your mother.
THE SAN JOAQUIN VALLEY is a diverse region rich in culture, food and geography, but also often maligned by an association with statistics that paint a bleaker, smoggier portrait.
SOMETIMES THE SIDEBAR conversations at a meeting can be as productive as the meeting itself. So it was with Jim Zion, managing partner of Meridian Growers in Fresno, and Steve Thompson, owner of Kentucky Artisan Distillery.
With the availability of fresh, juicy strawberries, this recipe is a great summer dessert. The shortcakes have a dry texture and are perfect for soaking up the topping.
Fire up the grill – it’s time for Greek Chicken! This is an easy and delicious dish, full of flavor and it turns out really moist.
WHEN WE THINK of great pairs, a short list usually comes to mind: wine and cheese, peanut butter and jelly, Lennon and McCartney, Calvin and Hobbes, and of course, beer and brats.
This month’s recipe is shared by Kathleen Hourigan, who loves Enjoy Magazine and the first thing she turns to is the recipe. Her mother made a similar recipe to this Mango Avocado Salad for years, and Kathleen’s colorful, delicious version is now a family favorite that they have enjoyed for years.
ABOUT FIVE MILES southwest of Dinuba and seven miles southeast of Kingsburg is a plot of land farmed by Mike Naylor, a fourth-generation farmer of this rich Central Valley soil.