Citrus & Pistachio Biscotti

The term “Biscotti” actually means "twice-baked" in Italian. These are my all-time favorite cookies to make. Biscotti are traditionally served with a Tuscan dessert wine called Vin Santo. They can be dunked into the wine, similarly to dunking warm chocolate chip cookies in milk. Biscotti are often thought of as being dry. I bake mine a little softer than the recipe calls for, but bake yours as crispy as you like! The good thing about these is that they stay fresh for quite a bit, and serve as great gifts, especially when stored in mason jars. ​​ Citrus- Pistachio Biscotti Yields 3 dozen cookies Ingredients: 2 cups all-purpose flour, plus 2 tablespoons 3/4 cup fine cornmeal, plus 1 tablespo

Summer Salad Series: Watermelon, Mint and Feta

Whew! It’s a HOT one in Charleston this summer y'all. With the sun shining bright and the heat turned up people are jumping on opportunities to cool off and stay hydrated. This is essential because we know the heat is not going anywhere. There's no reason to get heated about it though. My watermelon, mint and feta salad is proven to be my hungriest taste testers go-to salad. It is light, yet satisfying, but I hope you have toothpicks on hand! This is a good solution for putting a block of feta that hasn't been crumbled to use. You can use toothpicks to make mini watermelon, feta and mint skewers, perfect for summer soirees! Watermelon, Mint and Feta Salad Serves 5 Prep Time: 15 minutes T

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