It’s nearing the end of our blueberry season. We’re always excited to see the berries ripen early in July but sad to see them go. Even eating bushels of them every summer we never grow tired of them. This year while we had an excellent crop on our six bushes.
I love when Foster Farms® reaches out to ask me to create a recipe with one of their chicken products. I like the challenge of trying to create something my husband will enjoy and it’s easy with their fabulous products.
Foster Farms® has been our chicken of choice for decades so when they asked me to create a recipe utilizing one of their new chicken options I immediately said yes! I’m thrilled to let you know that in addition to their regular fresh chicken (Foster Farms® Fresh & Natural), there is now Foster Farms® Simply Raised (without antibiotics) and Foster Farms® Organic. Fresh & Natural and Simply Raised are locally grown and widely available in California, Oregon, and Washington. Organic is available at Costco and select supermarkets.
One of my favorite childhood memories is making peach ice cream in our backyard. We all gathered around and took turns churning. That day I realized that nothing tastes better than ice cream that you have made at home. Simple ingredients, a little hard work, and you can enjoy ice cream better than store bought!
If you are anything like me, you probably let many things go until the last minute. Maybe I just like the rush of adrenaline that comes with throwing things together, or maybe I’m lazy…
I was browsing the Massel Bouillon website for a recipe to make when I came across their Vegan Mushroom and Pea Tart recipe.