This Butternut and Apple Stuffed Turkey Breast is actually two recipes in one. The Butternut and Apple Stuffing doubles as a delicious winter salad. This recipe is easy to make up to 3 days ahead and bake when you’re ready. Serve with Locally Seasoned Cranberry Ginger Chutney. Moist flavorful turkey breast wrapped around creamy butternut, […]
This Ginger Plum Spice Ricotta Cake is so moist and full of flavor. Easy to make and elegant on the table, you’ll want to make one for you and one to share. This recipe isn’t cloyingly sweet and yet it has an unbeatable light and creamy texture. We always make our ricotta cakes with chutney. Serve it on a pedestal cake stand with mint leaves for a gourmet touch.
Grilled cheese and chutney sandwiches that fly in the face of normal. You’d think it was fancy but it’s just your new favorite weeknight indulgence. So simple and so much flavor. Makes 2 to 3 sandwiches WHAT Crusty bread such as a French boule or Italian (We chose a nut & seed bread from our […]
Locally Seasoned Honey Garlic Chutney creates perfectly sweet and caramelized drumsticks and thighs. Quick and easy for effortless entertaining or rewarding weeknight dinners. serves 4 WHAT 4 chicken drumsticks and/or thighs (bone-in skin on) extra virgin olive oil kosher salt black pepper Locally Seasoned Honey Garlic Chutney HOW Preheat oven to 400° F. Line a […]
Smoked salmon on puff pastry with Pickled Mustard Seeds are great for entertaining. Salty, buttery and smokey with little pops of mustard seed.
Roasted, then glazed for perfect crispy sweet caramelized brussels sprouts.
Long before we became the Pritchards, Billy had a lazy eye and stuttered. Dad used to tell us how his school would line children up from recess with the smartest kids in the front. He would chuckle sadly and say how he was always last in line and remembered wearing a dunce cap. He said he stuttered so bad he couldn’t even say his own name….until college, when he met mom.
As kids in a home full of internationals, magical experiences were common. Every day was like a carnival and routine was hard to come by. I relished the excitement of new faces, new foods, new smells and new stories. Let me tell you the story of Mahmoud, a blind Iranian man who lived with us for a while. He had the most impact on my connection to earth, to culture and to food.