Simply Gazpacho

Vine ripened tomatoes and Walla Walla sweet onions are showing up in our produce markets, so now is the time to make the perfect end of summer Gazpacho….

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Manchego en Aciete de Olivia (Olive Oil)

This is a very civilized way to serve cheese to your guests. I make it up in advance and leave it marinate in the refrigerator overnight. It is wonderful paired with our new Sauvignon Blanc or our red blend Telos. Ingredients 8 ounces Manchego cheese, in 1/2 inch cubes 2 cloves of garlic, smashed 2 sprigs […]

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Range Fed Bone-In Rib Eye – Western Style

I paid a visit to the new Whole Foods Market nearby. The meat counter is filled with grass fed beef, believed to be better both for you and the environment than the grain fattened meats found at most stores. Growing up, the only meat I knew was grass (or range) fed. Prepared properly, the meat […]

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Simple Roast Potatoes – From an Idahoan!

This recipe, handed down from my father’s family, is intended as a side dish for a roast of turkey or beef. It is a reminder of my family’s emigration from Ireland at the height of the potato famine in 1848. It is a simple dish, enunciating the flavors of the potato accented by a few […]

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