Steak Burrito with Radish Slaw

Steak Burrito with Radish Slaw

Steak burritos with the most delicious radish salsa/slaw can be had in a flash...Black beans in the Instant Pot, rice in the rice cooker, frying up some onions as the grill preheats... homegrown, pastured, and forage fed steaks on the fire, pulling a few things from the fridge and washing radishes, as the meat rests it’s time to put together the crunchy salsa (recipe below). Meat gets cut and basted with butter melted in the leftover fried onion oil, salt, and lime. Pile it all in a tortilla (add cheese, sour cream, guac, and/or tomato salsa as you wish) and roll ‘em up. Done and done!

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Grilled Peaches With Cinnamon Ricotta Crème

Grilled Peaches With Cinnamon Ricotta Crème

Grilled Peaches With Cinnamon Ricotta Crème a deliciously healthy way to lighten up dessert and celebrate summer nights. For best results use Freestone Peaches that have a strong peach aroma and give a little when squeezed by hand. Grilled peaches can be served with cinnamon ricotta crème or they can be served plain with vanilla ice cream, and paired with a cold glass of dessert wine or port. Try them at your next barbecue!

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Blueberry & Cherry Rosé Shortcakes with Sour Cream Whipped Cream

Blueberry & Cherry Rosé Shortcakes with Sour Cream Whipped Cream

Say hello to strawberry shortcake’s grown up, sophisticated, oh-so-elegant cousin. Everyone has had strawberry shortcake—it’s a classic that we all love. But I wanted to mix things up using blueberries and cherries since they’re in season right now, and make something worthy of a Virginia summertime backyard soirée—and what’s more summertime than rosé?

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Mulled Red Wine, Pear & Cranberry Pie

Mulled Red Wine, Pear & Cranberry Pie

This ain't your Grandma's recipe! This unique holiday pie features red wine, pears and cranberries. Spices like star anise, cloves, ginger, cinnamon and orange zest gives it a kick and a distinct flavor profile. If you're a baking extraordinaire like Arley is, feel free to gussy up the pie crust by creating a lattice pattern and cutting out some seasonal shapes from leftover dough, and if you're not, well, that's okay too. Happy baking!

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