The great thing about peaches is just how versatile they are. Trust me, there is so much more to this fruit than just simple pie. You can easily replace most tomato recipes with peaches. Here are a few.
This month’s Three Loaves recipe comes from my good friend Michael Cole. It’s this delicious Dill & Buttermilk Sourdough bread. A nice nod to San Francisco, where we met. Oh, and I met Michael over Instagram, which is just so SF. You can find Michael’s instructions below.
Located in Sonoma county, tucked away in the tiny town of Windsor, is one of wine country’s biggest names in Chardonnay: Sonoma-Cutrer. Even if you’ve never heard of Sonoma-Cutrer, trust me, you’ve had their delicious wine. Their flagship wine, Russian River Ranches, is the most requested Chardonnay, according to Wine & Spirits Magazine. And it’s been that way for 22 years!
Having a party? Want to serve the perfect beer? This infographic from Whole Foods Market helps you choose the perfect brew for your occasion.
Looking for a new lager to try? Welcome to Bock Beer, a surprising lager with a humorous history around goats.
The latest Three Loaves recipe. Orange Ginger and Cardamom Bread for feeding the needy. Get more info at www.threeloaves.info.
Make game day a hit with these 9 Super Bowl recipes for the avocado lover in all of us.
If you’ve ever aspired to be a slick bartender, here are 78 cocktail recipes you should know. Now let’s get that party started!
A team of microbiologists and designers have created a device that turns man-made trash–specifically plastics–into edible mushrooms. Not the kind you’re used to buying at the farmers market, more like something out of a Björk video.
Another MasterChef recipe for FOX. This one is grilled asparagus and a poached egg over a rosemary parmesan grit cake.
Another MasterChef recipe for FOX. This one is a Blue Cheese Potato Salad stuffed inside Grilled Iceberg lettuce and then topped off with homemade vegan Bacon-y Bits.
Shop in style with this fresh Cooking Stoned reusable bag! Durable and sassy… what else do you need for your next trip to the farmers market?
Here is my third recipe for the MasterChef Mystery Box Challenge. This time I made a Thai-riffic lassi recipe, inspired by sweet basil.
Join the Three Loaves movement and help kick hunger’s ass. Each month, we’ll email you a fresh, seasonal recipe. You’ll make three loaves: one for you, one for a friend, and one for someone in need.
A healthy twist on traditional poppers, these Hummus Jalapeño Poppers are baked, easy to make and super yummy. This is my second MasterChef recipe.
In the year or so I have been doing Cooking Stoned, I constantly get asked a few things. One, where is your cookbook? And two, how can I cook with you? I love being asked these questions. It warms my heart that people love what I love doing. I’ve been wanted to do cooking classes […]
Sadly, our bees are declining. Whatever the reason, you can save them by drinking local mead. Local mead helps support small sustainable beekeeping.
Inspired by the Italian dessert panna cotta, this breakfast recipe is pure indulgence. The bottom layer is a “salted” caramel made using soy sauce and brown sugar; it’s as tasty as it is weird. The middle is stuffed with creamy coconut and vanilla bean grits. And it’s all topped off with a thin layer of […]
I am excited to announce that over the next few months I will be joining MasterChef. I have partnered with Tumblr, Plated and MasterChef in an at-home challenge that is going to be a lot of fun. How awesome is that?
Hi, I’m Jerry James Stone and welcome to my food blog.
My recipes are vegetarian, just like me. Some are even vegan. I like to keep things pretty simple, using just a few ingredients. So, you'll be cooking in no time.
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