Mmm, one lucky thing about being Canadian - our harvest feasts, by virtue of our colder weather, are earlier in the year. I say think globally; celebrate in October and November!
While we are celebrating as many holidays as we can possibly muster, we are all also thinking locally, and this weekend Tyler is at the Food and Wine event Harvest: Farm to Table, an event celebrating agriculture, viticulture, cheese and good times. Read more about this event in Carmel, California on Tyler's site here, or on the event site here.
If any of you happen to go, feel free to send in photos and details, we will include them in the next round-up.
Let's see what's cooking, shall we?
I loved the recipe and it was faster than the one you find here because I used already divided ribs (here it is very uncommon to find a whole piece)."
"I love the light texture of tempura batter, it doesn't overpower what's inside. These beans were tender, crispy and delicious, and lots of fun to dip into the aioli."