Monthly Archives: September 2012

How to make and freeze fresh pesto

This spring, I planted four basil plants with one purpose: Pesto! These basil bushes were giant … even one was more than enough for daily picking for caprese salads and pasta. Harvesting the leaves and making pesto throughout the summer … Continue reading

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Gin and tonics, and a secret ingredient

I really loved seeing this story on The Kitchn where 25 food writers revealed their safety drinks — you know, the drink you order when you’re unsure about the bar or the bartender. But I loved this story even more … Continue reading

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A peek at Edible Indy’s fall issue

I run a magazine called Edible Indy that publishes quarterly. We work so far ahead that my work life is forever one season ahead of reality. Today, it’s 90 degrees and I’m thinking about what kinds of Indy-made sweets would … Continue reading

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