On Sundials, Tamales and Limestone
I am noticing how the sunlight plays on the side of the barn. This year we constructed an arbour covering the area of our outdoor kitchen. The idea was to allow, through the slatted roof, filtered sunlight to enter the space. It is a breezy spot, pleasant to work in, and sheltered from the direct glare of the sun.
How Nature Rebounds
A Good Solid Downpour
Let the Vintage Decide
Suddenly it's August
A Collaboration with Chef Albert Ponzo
A Celebratory Feast with Charles Baker
The Precious Gift of Water
Jeff Connell at the Summer Dinner Series
Local Sparkling & Strawberries
The Twin Cherries
At 3:00 pm on Saturday June 18th, I was already up on the ridge. Anne Rumble stayed behind in the kitchen to put the last pieces of the mise en place together. Deep breaths and focus as we move into the fast water. The clock approaches guest arrival time at 5:00 pm. Today the excitement is palpable as it is our launch of the Summer Dinner Series.