Archive for gluten free






Fiddlehead ferns, nettles and ricotta gnudi

Fiddlehead ferns

Something mossy, something pickled and definitely, dairy. This is how I described PNW cooking to a friend who was visiting Seattle last week. Well, this is obviously a mere simplification and before I get grief about it, yes, let's point out that here we have amazing shellfish, fungus, berries, root vegetables and stone fruits... the list ...




Terisa’s citrus and the consequential cake and curd

Citrus and olive oil cake with lemon curd | Cannelle et Vanille

When I welcomed spring, I promised you a citrus recipe. Well, there are two. Actually, there were many more that I just threw together in the last few weeks but these are the only two that I wrote down and can realistically say they can be replicated effectively. Because you see, a few weeks ago Terisa ...




An inspired mid-winter dinner

Aran Goyoaga's Seattle studio. Photo by Dorothee Brand

At the end of January, when Seattle was still dark and hibernating, my friend and stylist Jenn Elliott-Blake and I decided to get people out of their homes into my studio for a simple mid-winter communal dinner. I shared recipes from that event on the blog before, but now I wanted to share images from ...




A story about home… and some lunch recipes

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This is a story about home - where home is and what home means to me these days. And also, about what probably defines to eat lunch with me. Fish, involved, of course. We arrived in Seattle 357 days ago. People ask me "why Seattle?" all the time. Many seem surprised that I am indeed new to ...