Kelly Liken’s Truffled Snow Pea Salad with Parmesan

By 6:00am last Saturday we were en route to the Edwards’ Farmers Market, where we sell our freshly ground organic  spices from a booth.  I much prefer driving in Saturday’s spectacular morning light to fighting the Friday evening traffic. As we left the foothills, a thunderstorm loomed to the north.  The sky above Boulder was black, as […]

Peach Salsa

During peach season, I eat 2-3 peaches a day. I buy them by the case at the farmer’s market from a stand that brings them direct from Palisades. This salsa is excellent with fish and chicken, though sometime for lunch, I just eat it by the spoonful. Adjust the heat by increasing or decreasing the amount […]

Brie with Honey, Spiced Nuts and Baby Apricots

Have you noticed the tiny baby apricots, or plumcots, at farmer’s markets lately? They look so pretty and taste delicious with creamy brie and toasty nuts. This  appetizer is quick and easy to assemble, with a great balance of flavors and textures. Print Brie with Honey, Spiced Nuts and Baby Apricots Course Appetizer Cuisine French Prep Time […]

Salmon Croquettes with Lemon·Anise Rub

Our special Organic Lemon·Anise Rub transforms the lowly can of salmon into delightful delicacies. Top with homemade tartar sauce. Print Salmon Croquettes with Lemon·Anise Rub Course Main Cuisine French Prep Time 5 minutes Cook Time 5 minutes Total Time 10 minutes Servings 2 -3 Ingredients Salmon Croquettes 2 tbsp butter 1 tbsp canola or safflower […]

Pomegranate Blood Orange Glazed Pork Tenderloin

Some historians speculate that the pomegranate, rather than the apple, was the source of all that drama in the Garden of Eden. In this heart-healthy recipe, the tension between the assertive spices and the sweet fruity glaze creates a drama all its own. Good for the heart, speaking both anatomically and metaphysically! Print Pomegranate Blood Orange Glazed […]