Todays Inspiration -
Ginger Rhubarb Pie
Recipe and Styling by Libbie Summers Photography by Chia Chong Assisted by Candace Brower For all the geeks we’ve known and loved. This amazingly delicious pie is our gift to […]
Photography by Chia Chong Recipe and Styling by Libbie Summers Assisted by Candace Brower Once you master the art of making a pâte a choux (an airy cream puff dough) […]
The Rhubarb Triangle
Words and Artwork by katherine sandoz Rhubarb’s approximately 2,700 year history sounds rich and, naturally, dirty. To wit, the vegetable sits in manure and woolen (or other waste) matter as […]
Photography by Chia Chong Recipe and Styling by Libbie Summers Assisted by Candace Brower Rhubarb is no different than any other fruit and vegetable in season. It comes all at […]
Good and Evil Chocolate Layer Cake
Recipe and Styling by Libbie Summers Photography by Chia Chong We interrupt this week of rhubarb to bring you a dose of decadence and high fives to the hostess city, […]
Welcome to Salted & Styled
Each week the beauty of one food related item serves as our muse. We taste it, tear it, torture it and live to tell about it through a new recipe, art piece, fashion pick, profile or design each day.
More Inspiration from Salted & Styled
World’s Best Onion Rings
Recipe by Brenda Anderson Photography by Chia Chong Styling by Libbie Summers When Brenda Anderson said she made the World’s Best Onion Rings…we listened and learned. World’s Best Onion Rings […]
Legs. That’s what they called her. She packed the grinder, her six kids and a bag of barley and headed for a hollow in the hills of Kentucky. Three thousand miles and no food save for some milk souring in her oft-trampled bosom. On arrival, she clamped the metal contraption to a beam that held up the dirt floor cabin, fattened the fire. Her upright children whipped the handle one by one to see who could fill a bread pan full of flour fastest. Pancakes griddled on the wood stove. Legs boiled down sorghum from the cane she had harvested in the fields. After feasting, her heavily biceped offspring hoisted themselves through the glassless windows and leapt into the woods.
Grilled Corn Salad (mason jar mint dressing)
6 ears of corn
4 leeks, grill and thinly slice
1 pint grape tomatoes, grilled
1 jalapeno pepper, grilled and thinly chopped
1 head romaine lettuce, torn
Mason Jar Mint Dressing (recipe to follow)
Soak corn, in husk, in water for 15 minutes. Place on kitchen towel to drain.
Words, Floral Design and Photography by Ashley Bailey On a recent trip to Austin, Texas I sat down at Contigo (one of my favorite restaurants) and was presented with a plate […]
The Little Linguine that Could
“It’s fine, it’s fine, it’s fine. It’s fine, bitch.” Franco says in a thick Italian accent to his wife Lisa as they discuss a pasta delivery that needs to get out before the close of business. Both wear hairnets that remind me of my grandma who feared that exposure to running water would cause her to prematurely lose her $30 perm.
Recipe and Styling by Libbie Summers
Photography by Chia Chong
Assisted by Candace Brower
For all the geeks we’ve known and loved. This amazingly delicious pie is our gift to you in honor of pi day (3.14.15).
Ginger Rhubarb Pie
1 prepared pie dough for a double crust pie (get our recipe HERE)
1⁄2 cup candied ginger
6 cups fresh rhubarb, sliced 1⁄4-inch thick…