Roasted Tomato Bruschetta with Yogurt Cheese from Annabella Water Buffalo Yogurt

Roasted Tomato Bruschetta with Yogurt Cheese

October 29, 2018

Slow roasting concentrates the flavor of plum tomatoes and caramelizes their natural sugar. If you stop the roasting while the softened tomato halves still hold their shape, they will make a juicy topping perfectly sized to fit baguette toasts. A schmear of tangy yogurt cheese under the tomato balances the sweetness. 

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Yellow Split Pea Soup with Tomato, Cumin and Annabella Water Buffalo Yogurt

Yellow Split Pea Soup with Tomato, Cumin and Yogurt

October 29, 2018

With its toasted Indian seasonings, this soup fills the kitchen with lusty fragrance. It reheats well, so you can cart it to a potluck or take some to a sick friend. For a perfect winter dinner, accompany with a crunchy green salad—maybe escarole with sliced fennel and radishesand open a favorite beer. You can make the soup with green split peas, but I think yellow ones have a finer flavor, and the saffron-yellow soup looks especially appetizing with yogurt drizzled on top.   

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Annabella Water Buffalo Yogurt with Blueberries, Hazelnuts and Maple Syrup

Yogurt with Blueberries, Hazelnuts and Maple Syrup

October 24, 2018

No blueberries compare to wild Oregon blueberries, no hazelnuts to Oregon hazelnuts, no maple syrup to the burnt-amber maple syrup from Oregon. These firm opinions come from my husband, who was largely raised in—you guessed it—Oregon.

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Cucumber Salad with Annabella Yogurt, Golden Raisins, Walnuts & Mint

Cucumber Salad with Annabella Yogurt, Golden Raisins, Walnuts & Mint

March 04, 2018

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Warm Baked Figs With Pernod, Candied Walnuts & Annabella Yogurt

Warm Baked Figs With Pernod, Candied Walnuts & Annabella Yogurt

March 04, 2018

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Baked Pears with Dulce de Leche and Pecans

Baked Pears with Dulce de Leche and Pecans

February 15, 2018

This rustic winter dish has been adapted from one of our favorite cookbooks, Chez Panisse Desserts. The original recipe requires the cook to make a thin caramel sauce, but we love the rich, creamy texture and full flavor our dulce de leche imparts to this dish. The added bonus: it makes this recipe ridiculously, with almost no prep or clean-up.

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