Tiet Joan or “Uncle John”, a special member of our Catalonian family, has been generous in sharing this recipe with us. Every family in Spain has a slightly different way to make paella. It is a wonderfully versatile dish that allows you to substitute your favorite ingredients and to be creative with the final presentation. […]
Chicha Morada is a traditional Peruvian drink, served hot or cold.
This recipe was inspired by Alice Medrich’s book Flavor Flours. We just love the idea of using “alternative” flours to enhance the flavor of baked goods. The wonderful thing about purple corn flour is it’s versatility – it can be swapped out for yellow corn flour or cornmeal in many recipes. Here we’ve played with Medrich’s […]
Mesquite and chocolate are the perfect pair. Mesquite’s sweet, aromatic flavor bring out the chocolate in these little cookies. This recipe is from the marvelous Kitchen Apparel blog, although we’ve altered it slightly to accommodate some chopped dark Blanxart Chocolate and Puremiel Honey. These would be perfect to wrap up in tissue and give to your […]