Subscriber’s Exclusive – In Season

Photo By Mozarts Nose Here’s a peek at what my subscribers get each Saturday.  Email me at mozartsnose@gmx.com to join in! ~~~~~~ Whether or not you subscribe to a CSA, you’ll get the best tasting of things by shopping seasonally.  Here’s what I got in my CSA this past week, as well as some alongside…

Acorn Squash Pesto Fingers

We got three acorn squash from the CSA this week. Here’s how I made use of one of them. I’m throwing this into my Thanksgiving dinner recipe arsenal. If you get these from a farm, be sure to not only rinse them off, but use a vegetable scrubber to get in the ribs as dirt…

Subscriber’s Exclusive – In Season

Here’s a peek at what my subscribers get each Saturday.  Whether or not you subscribe to a CSA, you’ll get the best tasting of things by shopping seasonally.  Here’s what I got in my CSA this past week, as well as some alongside inspiration. I’ll be sending these out each week on Saturdays, so we…

Many Blessings Broccoli Pomegranate Salad

Many Blessings Broccoli Pomegranate Salad Be sure to wear an apron when removing the seeds from the pomegranate fruit! I halve it with a knife and then, gently breaking apart and splitting open, remove the seeds as I go. Photo By Mozart’s Nose Serves 2 (large portions) 2 cups of minced raw broccoli 2 handfuls…

Cold Comfort Chicken Soup ~ For Cary

This is a soup that you save up for during the year. Three chicken carcasses stewing across the day. For me food nourishes more than body; it also feeds soul and spirit – the bones boiling for each. Light a candle to sit out and burn all night, making this soup with bones saved. 3…

Chinese Five Spice Baked Apple Sauce

Photo By Mozart’s Nose I love baking apples – I don’t have to “watch the pot” and it concentrates the flavors.  This apple sauce is great on pork, as a side, or as dessert. This is enough for two good sized servings. Our family is still small! 2 apples cored – one good for sauce,…

The Best Broccoli Salad

Photo by Mozart’s Nose I just came up with something tasty and darkly beautiful – red leaved lettuce and balsamic vinegar contrasting with the fresh calm greening of raw broccoli. The dressing is olive oil, balsamic vinegar, caraway seeds, coriander, lemon zest, and S&P.  So easy and surprisingly, almost floral, but still with the front…

First Laureates!

Mozart’s Nose has its first Laureate members, Holly and Winston! For their donation they will get a “blog book” – a full color printing of the last year’s worth of Mozart’s Nose posts. They also receive premium benefits off and on the site and priority access to me in my personal chef capacity. With their donation I…

Subscriber’s Exclusive – In Season

Photo by Mozart’s Nose Here’s a peek at what my subscribers get each Saturday.  Email me at mozartsnose@gmx.com to join in! ~~~~~~ Whether or not you subscribe to a CSA, you’ll get the best tasting of things by shopping seasonally.  Here’s what I got in my CSA this past week, as well as some alongside…