Peach & Mango Cobbler

It is peach season, and our favorite place to buy peaches is McLeod Farms near McBee, South Carolina. They grow 22 varieties of peaches, so their peach season lasts for over 3 months. Sometimes our excursions happen to pass by there, and sometimes we take a drive specifically to go to McLeod Farms. Last weekend … More Peach & Mango Cobbler

Mango Salad

If you love Halloumi but have difficulty finding it in stores or find it cost prohibitive, Queso De Freir is an excellent alternative. It browns nicely with minimal melting. This simple salad must really be good because I looked back and I have done virtually the same thing at least once before. The salad today consisted of: … More Mango Salad

Going With The Flow

When winging it in the kitchen (which is the way I operate) little surprises have a way of coming up forcing one to make adjustments and go with the flow. The box of mangoes we bought was starting to ripen and I was really looking forward to enjoying big chunks of caramelized mangoes on whole wheat … More Going With The Flow

Mango Crumble

The mangos we bought at 10 for a dollar are ripening quickly, so today I made a mango crumble. I deseeded a dried New Mexico chili and put it in a heated skillet with a little virgin coconut oil. Then I added mangos, a couple pinches of powdered cardamom and a slurry of tapioca starch … More Mango Crumble

Mango Ice Cream

I’m still waiting for the peaches to ripen. When they do, I hope they all ripen at the same time so I can make peach ice cream. Meanwhile, I made mango ice cream. I cut up ten of these small champagne mangos and used a stick blender to blend them to a purée. Then I … More Mango Ice Cream