• Home
  • /
  • Category Archives: Buttermilk

Chilled Pea-Mint Soup

Buttermilk-simmered peas, plenty of mint, a touch of salt: That’s it. The chef Daniel Patterson brought the recipe to The Times in 2007. It benefits mightily not just from the use of fresh peas, but from real, homemade buttermilk as well, “nothing like the cultured, processed stuff that goes by the same name,” he wrote….

Persimmon Pudding

Wild persimmons start to blush along the country roads of Indiana in late September, stealing the colors of sunset and weighing down their trees like Christmas balls. They are native to the landscape, unlike the Chinese and Japanese varieties cultivated in California and found in grocery stores. Foraging carries on through November, when the fruit…