Links: Grapefruit, Honey, and Maple + Jar Cozy Winners

onion tart slice

I am in the home stretch of the writing process for this new book of mine (it’s 100+ micro batch recipes organized by seasons. I think you guys are going to like it). It’s getting harder and harder to focus on anything beyond the words required for that project. Please forgive me if posting gets a little light over the course of the next three weeks.

A bunch of links from around the internet:

Some of the things I’ve written elsewhere recently:

  • This flourless chocolate cake is divine and totally different from the one I typically make. It’s lighter and is ever so slightly meringue-y. I will be making it again. 
  • This chicken thigh and squash stew (I subbed in sweet potatoes, because they were what I had) was one of the best things I’ve made recently. It did not float Scott’s boat and so ate the entire potful on my own. It was not a hardship.
  • I loved this potato and zucchini pancake. If you subbed in matzo meal for the bread crumbs, it would be perfect for Passover.
  • This steamed chicken was one of the most moist, tender birds I’ve tasted in recent memory. Next time I want to make chicken salad, this will be my initial preparation.
  • Oats! Three of my favorite recipes that involve rolled oats or oat flour. The Banana Pecan Bars are particularly fantastic.

pints and quarts

cozy family winners Now it’s time for the Cozy Family jar cozy giveaway. We’ll have five pattern winners and one of the pattern winners will also get two of the pre-made cozies. And the winners of the pattern are #26 (Jan D), #61 (Brittany), #101 (Emily M), #135 (Amy), and #260 (Mischa).

I used random.com a second time to select the cozy winner from our five pattern winners. It selected #3, which corresponds to set 3, which is #135, which is Amy (it sounds convoluted, but I just want to make sure it’s all fair). I will be in touch with all of the winners soon to sort out prizes. Thanks!

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13 Responses to Links: Grapefruit, Honey, and Maple + Jar Cozy Winners

  1. 1
    Rachel Tayse says:

    Thanks for linking to my post about Sandor Katz. His talk inspired me to restart my sourdough among other things.

    • 1.1
      Marisa says:

      Rachel, you are quite welcome! It sounded like an awesome talk and I so wish I could have been there! :)

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    JennH says:

    What is the fabulous looking thing in the picture? Did I miss that in the post?

    • 2.1
      Marisa says:

      That is the onion tart from Deborah Madison’s new book, Vegetable Literacy. I’m writing about it for Table Matters and it will be published next week! I’ll post the link here when that piece is live.

  3. 3
    Emily says:

    The new book sounds like it will be awesome! Good luck in the homestretch.

  4. 4
    Barbara says:

    I can’t wait to see the new book! It sounds perfect for seniors like us who can’t buy or store a lot in bulk, but still want to do some small-batches of good foods that we buy at reduced prices. I know it will be great!

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    Susan Covey says:

    Thanks for the link! Yay!

  6. 6
    Cassandra says:

    Marisa, thank you for sharing! That grapefruit bergamot jam and your Banana Pecan Bars sound delish! Can’t wait to try, and we’d love to review the book when it’s ready!

    • 6.1
      Marisa says:

      Thanks Cassandra! It will be awhile still before the new book is ready for review, but I’ll look forward to seeing what you think when it’s finally available!

  7. 7
    Laura says:

    Just made the sesame kale from the chicken link, and loved it! Thanks so much.

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    Shae says:

    There are so many things on this list that I’d like to read and make. (I already started some citrus cleaner!) Thanks so much for including my honey adventures.

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    Michelle says:

    Micro recipes…can’t wait! I always think canning has to be this big production…it will be nice to have some recipes for small amounts.

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