Walnut butter made with Vin de Noix to celebrate St. John the Baptist day, the traditional day for foraging green walnuts. The combination of walnuts, sugar, wine, and thyme make it almost a confection, perfect by the spoonful.
Lightly-toasted walnuts and roasted red bell peppers are chopped, blended, and seasoned to make a bold and heart-healthy spread, sandwich-filler, or salad-topper. A great way to use any roasted red bell peppers you canned last year, too!
Kale is one of the hardiest and healthiest vegetables around. We could all use a little more of it in our lives. With a food processor, some nuts, garlic and just a bit more, you can have a delicious topping for almost anything you can think of.
Ancient Celts kept unripe walnuts from launching their annual reign of terror on passersby by steeping them in alcohol to make a dark liqueur. Italians thought this was a great idea, dubbing it nocino. Recipe here