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One Pot Rice and Beans

One Pot Rice and Beans

New York Times Cooking ran a one-pot meal feature and it inspired me to simplify our rice and bean dinner which includes a Spanish rice,...

Chocolate Wafer Cookies

Chocolate Wafer Cookies

These chocolate wafer cookies are the Miette graham crackers I made awhile back but amped up with Valrhona cocoa powder. They are...

Osso Buco

Osso Buco

Osso buco refers to a cross-cut piece of beef shank that exposes the "hole in the bone" and therefore, the bone marrow. The Italian...

Sourdough Pullman Loaf

Sourdough Pullman Loaf

Sourdough bread baking can be simpler than you think. I've learned a lot from this basic loaf over the past few years. Maurizio Leo got me...

Sourdough Breadsticks (Grissini)

Sourdough Breadsticks (Grissini)

I've been building a collection of sourdough items that are easy vs. hard. Easy as in don't have to build levain the night before, you...

Gravlax

Gravlax

Salmon is easy to cure at home but for some reason has people intimidated. No more! As long as you start with a beautifully fresh fillet...

White Bean and Kale Soup

White Bean and Kale Soup

This is Jackie Page's white bean and kale soup that we published in the Fall 2021 issue of Edible Bozeman. After eating the photoshoot...

Fish and Fennel

Fish and Fennel

Weeknights call for minimal prep and minimal cleanup. Fish fits right in this plan if you bake it in the oven. All you need is a covered...

White Beans and Kale

White Beans and Kale

If you're serious about good food you need to get serious about cooking beans. Not just any beans, but the best beans available and those...

Save That Baguette French Toast

Save That Baguette French Toast

I usually make breadcrumbs from leftover baguette (whir in blender and keep in the freezer) but french toast is way better! Go ahead and...

Graham Crackers

Graham Crackers

These graham crackers are adapted from the bakery, Miette, published in Miette: Recipes from San Francisco's Most Charming Pastry Shop,...

Slow Cooker Oatmeal with Apple

Slow Cooker Oatmeal with Apple

Set this pot of oatmeal to cook before you go to bed and in the morning, hot breakfast! Just what you need for these winter days. I like...

Montana Chicken Soup

Montana Chicken Soup

This soup has been on repeat in our house ever since I tried Joshua McFadden's recipe, "Quinoa and Chicken Soup with Lentils and Lots of...

Garden Tomato Soup

Garden Tomato Soup

Tomato soup and grilled cheese...comfort food doesn't get much better! And tomato soup doesn't get much better than that made with garden...

Big Pot of Tomatoes

Big Pot of Tomatoes

It's tomato season and more tomatoes ripen each day. This is a great thing, but what do you do with all of them, especially if you don't...

Sesame Spinach

Sesame Spinach

I love the sesame spinach served at some Japanese restaurants. Here's a homemade version that tastes great with a bowl of rice and a side...

Bouchons for High-Altitude

Bouchons for High-Altitude

Bouchon Bakery's signature treat, made in the shape of a cork, is really just a brownie—but a very delicious one. Another distinguishing...

Tomatoes and Mozzarella

Tomatoes and Mozzarella

Tomato season has taken it's sweet time getting here this year, but now that we are in the last days of August, the garden is ripening...

Spring Rolls

Spring Rolls

These Vietnamese style spring rolls make for a cool and refreshing dinner. Set up all the ingredients on a platter and you can recruit...

Chinese Chicken Salad

Chinese Chicken Salad

This sweet heat dressing pulls together all the farmers market vegetables and shredded rotisserie chicken into a cool and refreshing...

Hummus

Hummus

Hummus is easy to make at home and great to have on hand for when you need a quick lunch or snack plate. Homemade lets you customize the...

Sourdough Bagels

Sourdough Bagels

If you've been to our house this year you've probably had these bagels with cream cheese lox. The ingredients are easy to keep on hand and...

Overnight Oats

Overnight Oats

Thanks to Joshua McFadden and his book Grains for Every Season for getting me going on these. Make a big jar of the dry base mix and then...

Sugar Cookies

Sugar Cookies

There are three factors to making bakery-style sugar cookies at home. You know what you want—cookies that hold their clean edge and shape...

Broccoli Beef

Broccoli Beef

My son and I adapted this recipe from a Cook's Illustrated page I ripped and filed from the September & October 2003 issue, before he...

Farro or Spelt Berry Salad

Farro or Spelt Berry Salad

This salad is very satisfying on its own, but sometimes I use it to justify salami for a meal—either tucked in to a few inches of baguette...

Mocha Maca Budino with Silken Tofu

Mocha Maca Budino with Silken Tofu

Dense and chocolatey, yet lighter than a full-dairy budino or pot de crème and way easier to make! If you're having a chocolate pudding...

Zingerman’s Oatmeal Raisin Cookies

Zingerman’s Oatmeal Raisin Cookies

Thanks to the Zingerman's Bakehouse cookbook, I finally have a favorite oatmeal raisin cookie recipe. These cookies don't spread out too...

Chive and Caper Cream Cheese

Chive and Caper Cream Cheese

This is an easy appetizer to keep in mind for Thanksgiving and holiday get togethers. Add smoked trout and some plain crackers (I like the...

Dry Fried Green Beans

Dry Fried Green Beans

It's late summer and green bean season here in Bozeman Montana. Try these dry fried green beans with some Amaltheia pork and serve it up...

Teriyaki Sauce for Salmon Rice Bowls

Teriyaki Sauce for Salmon Rice Bowls

Once you have your rice cooking, this is a dinner that comes together in minutes, even making the teriyaki sauce—which is super simple and...

Bison Roast Barbacoa in Slow Cooker

Bison Roast Barbacoa in Slow Cooker

While looking through my freezer recently, I came across a big roast from last year when we purchased a quarter from North Bridger Bison....

Mexican Chicken in the Slow Cooker

Mexican Chicken in the Slow Cooker

Here's a slow cooker chicken dish that you can use for simple tortilla roll-ups, tacos, or tostada salads. While the chicken is on the...

Chile-Garlic Pork

Chile-Garlic Pork

I discovered something wonderful last week. I needed a quick dinner, wanted to use the Amaltheia ground pork I had thawed, didn't have...

Strawberry Cashew Cream

Strawberry Cashew Cream

Raw food chefs use cashews to make everything from "cheese" to "cheesecake". Being somewhat of a skeptic with "imposter foods", I stayed...

Crispy Lentils

Crispy Lentils

Pantry items are a whole lot easier to incorporate into meals when you get them cooked. This photo is of a salad I threw together last...

Mignonette for Oysters

Mignonette for Oysters

Most of my oyster memories are midday affairs with either a waterfront view or heaping mounds of crushed ice and a wine list. But in this...

Barbacoa

Barbacoa

I love the limey acidity in this slow cooked, spicy beef that I like to serve as soft tacos with chopped white onion, cilantro, sour...

Pumpkin Cookies

Pumpkin Cookies

My daughter and I are crazy for a cakey pumpkin cookie that they make at The Daily here in Bozeman. This homemade version is pretty darn...

Meatballs with Three Montana Meats

Meatballs with Three Montana Meats

Something about this year got me to buy a smallish chest freezer (9 cu ft) and step up my support of local food producers—people like Matt...

Tofu Tacos with Spicy Almond Sauce

Tofu Tacos with Spicy Almond Sauce

I never thought tofu tacos would be a good thing. But was I ever wrong! Thanks to Justin's for the great idea (here's their original...

Salted Almonds

Salted Almonds

The best results for homemade salted almonds come from a hot brine and a hot oven. I've adapted this technique from Kim's Nordic Food...

Saag Paneer

Saag Paneer

This is a cheater saag paneer, quick and easy for when you need dinner on the table (and maybe have spinach bolting in the garden). The...

Sweet Chia & Celery Seed Dressing

Sweet Chia & Celery Seed Dressing

This sweet dressing is great on arugula with rotisserie chicken. Another fun way to use it is to drizzle over fish tacos with blood orange...

Orange Blueberry Muffins

Orange Blueberry Muffins

The muffin top here is crisp perfection and the interior crumb is light, like that of a fine cake. Who knew home-baked muffins could be...

Fish Curry

Fish Curry

Curry is not difficult to make, but I do recommend using the best coconut milk (Chaokoh), fish sauce (Red Boat), and fresh fish. Once you...

Summer Succotash

Summer Succotash

Make this quick sauté when you have fresh corn and summer squash. It is a fantastic partner to grilled salmon, especially if you make the...

Oatmeal Crumble Berry Bars

Oatmeal Crumble Berry Bars

There are thousands of recipes out there for something similar. But the reason I post is to share what I learn while trying to make...

Crispy Cauliflower and Shallots

Crispy Cauliflower and Shallots

I might start adding sliced shallots to all of my sheet pan vegetable roasts— what a great idea from Aran of Cannelle et Vanille! We...

Sourdough Bread for Toast

Sourdough Bread for Toast

Would you like to bake sourdough bread at home? It's easier than you think. I've had lessons with sourdough aficionados but as I attempted...

Extra-Crispy Baked Tofu

Extra-Crispy Baked Tofu

I began to like tofu when I learned how to get it hot and crispy instead of cold and squishy. Thanks to Kathryne Taylor of Cookie + Kate...

Channa Masala

Channa Masala

Classic Indian Cooking by Julie Sahni has been helping me learn how to make simple Indian food at home since my first class with Suneeta...

Make-Ahead Mashed Potatoes

Make-Ahead Mashed Potatoes

Oven space is always at a premium when you're cooking a holiday meal, especially Thanksgiving, so make-in-advance doesn't really help...

Roasted Tomatillo Salsa

Roasted Tomatillo Salsa

Receiving a weekly farm box from Gallatin Valley Botanical has shifted my starting point for meal planning. I don't like having a stuffed...

Peach and Blueberry Pie

Peach and Blueberry Pie

"It snowed here this weekend, but I'm going to pretend it's still summer."  Sounds good, Kristine, @theearnestbaker! I'm going with it and...

Plum Jam

Plum Jam

Small batch refrigerator jams give you the pleasure of jam making without all the fuss of canning. You can also play around in ways that...

Grilled Eggplant Gyros

Grilled Eggplant Gyros

To salt or not to salt the eggplant? That is the question. Short on time the last time I made this, I decided to skip it and you know...

Via’s Rice (Spanish Rice)

Via’s Rice (Spanish Rice)

Spanish Rice, Mexican Rice, Arroz Rojo, Red Rice, no matter what you call it, cooking rice with a little tomato and onion makes it extra...

Oatmeal Scones

Oatmeal Scones

Here's a buttermilk scone that is every bit as delicious as a Cream Scone, just more rustic and, with the oats, you could say whole...

Carrot Cake Breakfast Cookies

Carrot Cake Breakfast Cookies

These cookies!  Breakfast cookies!  Another great idea from Kathryne Taylor of the blog Cookie + Kate. Treat yourself to a copy of her...

Black Bean Tortilla Soup

Black Bean Tortilla Soup

Yummy, feel-good dinner coming right up!  Another great recipe from Kathryne Taylor of the whole foods blog, Cookie + Kate and her...

French Pancakes (Oat Flour Crêpes)

French Pancakes (Oat Flour Crêpes)

I grew up on "french pancakes" and they were always made by the men in my family.  (The memory of my Dad flipping through Joy of Cooking...

How to Cook Dried Hominy

How to Cook Dried Hominy

Sometimes you can find red hominy instead of the regular white (thanks Rancho Gordo!) but no matter the color, home cooked (rather than...

Black Bean Slaw with Red Cabbage

Black Bean Slaw with Red Cabbage

Freshen up your taco night with this red cabbage and black bean slaw—a beautiful and delicious dose of vegetables and plant protein....

How to Make Refried Beans

How to Make Refried Beans

Back when I worked a lot and hired a nanny to help around the house, Via's cooking sustained me and the kids. My cooking journal from...

Almond Milk

Almond Milk

Store-bought brands are getting better and better, but no almond milk will taste as good, or foam as well, as a batch you make yourself....

Chocolate Bundt Cake

Chocolate Bundt Cake

Easy to mix, you get to use your cute pan, and CAKE! I adapted this one from Amanda Hesser's “Chocolate Dump-It Cake” from Cooking for Mr....

Miso Marinade for “Black Cod”

Miso Marinade for “Black Cod”

Talk to your fishmonger, but usually when you select black cod you're buying sablefish. Or butterfish, a sablefish nickname due to its...

Cashew Butternut Squash Soup

Cashew Butternut Squash Soup

If you're familiar with vegan desserts and alternative milks, you know the surprising creamy texture of raw cashews. Adding some to soup...

Roasted Delicata Squash Rings

Roasted Delicata Squash Rings

Squash fries anyone?  Delicious as an appetizer or as part of "sheet pan dinner" which is when I roast a bunch of veggies, add in a pan of...

Pot Roast (Beef or Bison)

Pot Roast (Beef or Bison)

  Pot roast, daube, stew, even ragu, they're all very similar: meat seasoned and browned on the stovetop then cooked slowly in a few...

Cornbread

Cornbread

This cornbread recipe, "California Cornbread", comes from my cooking school archives. I can still remember tasting it for the first time,...

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