‘We are not winemakers; we do not make wine. We simply prepare the environment for wine to come into being’.
I read this quote recently in a book by a German wine importer. Terry Thiese thought it was worth noting and so do I. This Riesling grower has humbly admitted that he is at the mercy of his land. All that consumers appreciate about his wine has been credited to his soil. I love it. I am reminded that I don’t make food… I only prepare it. I am blessed with a generous variety of local meats and produce. I marry ingredients together that will hopefully come alive on your plate as they have in my home. See below for a quick and easy date night recipe that I recently concocted with all that I have embraced in Germany… Mosel Riesling and farmers markets! I couldn’t help but weave in a little story from our recent travels that helped inspire this post
‘Argue for your limitations and you get to keep them’. – Liz Gilbert, Big Magic
I put a healthier twist on this southern style recipe. No limits to how you can prepare fried green tomatoes! Living in the south for a month… I had to cook up this classic. Slice tomatoes and drench with egg wash. Coat with crushed macadamia nuts or bread crumbs and fry over high heat in skillet coated with olive oil. Garnish with goat cheese and balsamic vinegar. A tasty alternative… zucchini instead of green tomatoes. Inspired by Vic’s on the River in Savannah, Georgia. Read on to hear about the Muir adventure that inspired this recipe…
Celebrating new beginnings in Savannah at my favorite brunch spot. Recipe included… and more pictures of this adorable travel companion!
New simple recipe. Wine recommendation from Spain. Berkliving stories. You be the judge. As Nike successfully campaigned, Just Do It. Skim this post or read it all.
Embracing the fruits of the season and a gluten-free lifestyle… Beast of a burger on the grill and can’t beat this beet salad!