About Amy

About Amy

I am a cook, author, and urban farmer. I currently live in Seattle. I am all for LIVING GREEN! I am also a speaker, teacher, TV show host and a handful of other 'jobs' that revolve around food, farms and the environment. Here is how it all began...

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Articles

Seattle Magazine

Tilikum Place Chef's Favorite Ingredient: Walnut Vinegar

Seattle Magazine, Oct 2014

A fortuitous souvenir brought back from France by her sister led Ba Culbert, chef and co-owner of Tilikum Place Café, to one of her dearest ingredients-walnut vinegar. While not a fan of other flavored vinegars, Culbert immediately loved how walnut vinegar has a "subtle and nuanced flavor that keeps dishes light."

Edible Seattle

Seeing Red - Preserving Cranberries

Edible Seattle, Nov 2012

By now, we know that the Pacific Northwest is an absolute cornucopia of farm fresh produce, so when I stumble on a new fruit or vegetable at the farmers market, it's a thrilling occasion. Last year I stopped in my tracks when I passed an unadorned table at the Broadway Farmers Market simply piled with big wooden boxes and a small bowl of cranberries. 

Edible Seattle

Quintessentially Quince

Edible Seattle, Nov 2011

The late-ripening quince provides us with the last canning opportunity of the year. Amy Pennington's recipe results in two delicious outcomes: a fragrant syrup, and a rich fruit paste.

Fresh From The Blog

Cooking with Peppers

Posted October 27

Fresh Pantry, PeppersTis the season for getting the last of the peppers. Now is a GREAT time to roast and freeze varieties that aren’t available all year – sweet Jimmy Nardellos or fresh and hot cayenne or hungarians. You can also pickle pepper, or make big pots of pepperonata for winter stews and snacking. All of the below recipe ideas are available in my eBook, Fresh Pantry : PEPPERS, which also includes 14 recipes + essays on How To Grow Peppers all Winter Long and an instructional method for making Homemade Red Chile Flakes. For anyone reading this post, I’d love to offer it to you for $.99. Follow this special link to download and purchase. For now, the goal is fresh-eating – enjoy them while you can with these recipe ideas.

BAKED PEPPERS, TOMATOES & EGGS
My perfect breakfast pairs a mass of vegetables with baked or fried eggs. Here, tomatoes and bell peppers are stewed with a generous mix of spices, drawing on the traditional North African dish... Read more from the blog...

Events

Book Signing & Demo

This weekend's market demo is with me!; demos will be going on throughout the day. Come learn more about this amazing non-profit & do some weekend farmers market shopping.

Nov 2

1:00 pm
Queen Anne
my house!

Cranberry Burst! How To Preserve Fresh Cranberries

The Holiday Season is here! Cranberries are just coming in from the coast and it's a great time to stock up for festive spreads & holiday gift giving. Buying cranberries fresh and putting them up is the smartest way to eat fresh and local winter Read More...