The Zamzows Table

The Zamzows Table: Grandma Helen Zamzow's Rhubarb Sauce

The Zamzows Table: Grandma Helen Zamzow's Rhubarb Sauce

This sauce is incredibly versatile, perfect for spreading over toast, pouring over your favorite dessert, or swirling into plain Greek yogurt. There isn't a wrong way to enjoy your garden-fresh rhubarb sauce. If you've tried this recipe, we'd love to hear how you've used yours.
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The Zamzows Table: Cauliflower Street Tacos

The Zamzows Table: Cauliflower Street Tacos

Several years ago, my oldest daughter chose to eat vegetarian. For about a year, our family joined her in this endeavor. While the rest of us didn't completely remove meat from our diet, we did become "part-time" vegetarians. This recipe came out of that time. We all love tacos, and I found several great substitutes.
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The Zamzows Table: Caprese Salad

The Zamzows Table: Caprese Salad

There are few things I can think of that create the fresh taste of eating a Caprese salad. The flavor combination of mozzarella, tomato, basil, and balsamic vinegar harmoniously combines into the freshest taste imaginable. To create something so spectacular with only a few ingredients seems unimaginable. A Caprese salad is so simple to create, and adding homegrown ingredients, elevates it to something truly spectacular. 
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The Zamzows Table: Idaho Honey Basil Tomato Jam

The Zamzows Table: Idaho Honey Basil Tomato Jam

We are celebrating all things bees this month, and what better way to honor them than with a delicious homemade jam? We found this recipe on The National Honey Board website (link will be included) and decided to give it a local twist, using some locally sourced Bee-Haus honey and homegrown organic tomatoes, garlic, and basil you may have available in your own garden!
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