Join our very own Chef Frank Giglio and Daniel Vitalis for a 2 week virtual course dedicated to eating acorns. From start to finish, these two will share their go-to techniques for harvesting, processing, and cooking acorns.
The trick to a good pizza is working with a hot oven, or in this case, a hot grill. I cranked up all 3 burners and set the stone on top, closed the lid, and kicked back. I dusted my peel with cornmeal and rolled out the dough by hand, applied the toppings, and set it in the grill with the lid closed. Within 10 minutes, I had a nice brown crust, melty toppings, and an aroma to live for!
Here in Maine, asparagus is one of the most anticipated cultivated vegetables each and every spring. I can always rely on Peacemeal Farm at the Friday market to come through with these lovely green spears, but I know to act fast or they'll be swept up in a matter a minutes. Asparagus will begin to show themselves sometime in May and last a month, if lucky, before fading away for the remainder of the year.
We eat a lot of eggs here. From chickens to fish, any way we can get more eggs into our diet the better. Several times a year I stock up on flounder roe, available locally, freshly frozen, and for a fair price too. There are many preparations I adore, but non as much as pan fried, which gives the outside a nice crunch to complement the soft textured interior.