Some institutions have been around so long that anniversaries only suggest what otherwise is too difficult to conceive: a time before they were.
Richard’s Lunchbox has the kind of magic that cooks have when they can remind you of life’s simplest pleasure: mouthwatering, down-to-earth food will never judge you.
This month, another birthday rolls around – this time a big “0” birthday for my twin sister, Leah, and me. Although we live miles apart, one thing we enjoy is sharing recipes.
To say that this Key Lime Pie is delicious is an understatement.
It might not be Main Street, but don’t let the warehouse fool you. Café Tommy, the latest brainchild of chef Tommy Chavez, offers gourmet food in a laid-back atmosphere.
“My whole career is 30 years of basically going from construction to kitchen, back and forth,” says James Jessen, owner and chef at Visalia’s Tazzaria.
This bright, colorful orzo pasta and chicken salad is packed with an assortment of chopped fresh vegetables and tossed with a refreshing lemon dressing.
If you’ve set foot in Visalia’s Char-cu-te-rie, you’ve probably caught a glimpse of owner Catherine Heaney.
If you have an Easter egg hunt planned this month, you’ll no doubt have lots of colorful, hard boiled eggs on hand. A classic way to use them is to make this quick and creamy recipe for Deviled Eggs.
As if it weren’t charming enough, another café has been added to the list of Exeter’s diverse eateries.