Noelle Taylor reached out to me with this happy message: “My husband and I made your broccoli souffle tonight and it was SO DELICIOUS! We subbed feta for goat cheese and that worked too. The thickness was incredible! The texture was great- somewhere between angel food cake and bread. I dislike omelettes because they always seem to be dry. I think I’m a souffle girl now! Definitely making it again! Thank you!” Look at that photo - you go Noelle!! Meanwhile, why not have breakfast for dinner tonight?
If you want a box of gorgeous tasty produce delivered to your door, you must check out this new opportunity. 🥬🥒🍅🍆🌶🥦 @the_chefs_garden_ohio , a huge farm in Huron Ohio, has been supplying chefs around the country with delicious produce for many years. Now that most restaurants are closed and produce is sitting in the field, @farmerleejones, the founder of chef’s garden (a friend, and a guest many years ago on my food network show), has decided to switch gears in an effort to keep the farm going and his workers employed. He is launching nationwide home delivery. An introductory box costs $59 (shipping included). Visit www.chefs-garden.com/products/home-delivery for details. Will link in stories!
@savourtm made my No-Knead Walnut Rosemary bread. Didn’t they do a great job? #smhomecooking101
My buddy @mingtsai is showing you a really simple meal LIVE at 5pm EST on @pbsfood! Check it out.
Here is the show I did with Floyd Cardoz in 2011. He was one of our favorite guests (pictured here -next to Floyd, my producer partner, Natalie Gustafson, and next to her Adrienne Hammel, the assistant producer) Watch via link in bio or swipe up in my story.
RIP Floyd Cardoz, 1960-2020: A great chef and lovely human being. We will miss him.
In my latest article for @michiganalumni, we’re talking about go-to small kitchen gadgets. All shoppers favor at least one store where they let themselves go wild. It could be a shoe store, garden center, or clothing outlet. For me, unsurprisingly, it’s a kitchenware store. The good news is that I now restrain myself, having already purchased the items I use most often…My picks available in Instagram stories via #UMalumni. #GoBlue
Soup for supper tonight! Creamy Cauliflower Soup with Chorizo and Greens — it’s so easy to make. No chorizo around? Any pork product will do: Canadian bacon, pancetta, Italian sausage, regular bacon, kielbasa…heck, even hotdogs. Don’t eat meat? Just leave out the pork and add a generous sprinkling of smoked Spanish paprika. Serve with crusty bread and everyone will be happy. (Pictured here my Walnut Rosemary Survival Loaf, recipe in previous post.) Visit my facebook page for the recipe and it will be up on saramoulton.com soon!