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Janet Fletcher's Yogurt Recipes


Spinach with Brown Butter, Yogurt, and Dukkah







Harissa-Roasted Chicken with Sweet Peppers 




Greek Yogurt Panna Cotta with Strawberry-Rhubarb Sauce  

Indian Yogurt Pudding with Saffron, Cardamom, and Toasted Nuts


Reprinted with permission from Yogurt, by Janet Fletcher, copyright © 2015, published by Ten Speed Press, an imprint of Penguin Random House LLC.
Photographs copyright © 2015 by Eva Kolenko

June Is...

 National Candy Month,
National Dairy Month,
National Fresh Fruit and
Vegetable Month,
National Iced Tea Month,
National Papaya Month,
National Seafood Month,
National Steakhouse Month, and
National Turkey Lover's Month

Find daily "June Is" postings on Sally's Place in our The Daily Dish section.


If you are looking for ethnic recipes, look no further than our Sally's Place Ethnic Recipes Section.

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June, 2015

Recipes from Janet Fletcher's Cookbook Yogurt: Sweet & Savory Recipes for Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner   

Janet Fletcher is the author of more than two dozen books on food and beverage and the publisher of Planet Cheese, a complimentary e-mail newsletter and blog. A longtime San Francisco Bay Area journalist, Janet is the recipient of three James Beard Awards and the IACP Bert Greene Award for her writing, and she is a member of the Guilde Internationale des Fromagers. Her work has appeared in numerous national magazines, including Culture, Saveur, Fine Cooking, Bon Appetit, Food & Wine and Sunset. She lives in Napa Valley but teaches cooking and cheese-appreciation classes around the country.  

Her most recent book, Yogurt: Sweet & Savory Recipes for Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner, was just published by Ten Speed Press.


Janet invites all readers of Sally's Place to sign up for Planet Cheese ( and learn a little something new about cheese every week. You can learn more about Janet, her cookbooks and her class schedule at  

I've been busy food blogging and hope you will enjoy reading "6 Mother's Day Food Gifts She'll Actually Use" at on Sally's Food for Thought blog.   


Happy Father's Day on June 21st and do enjoy our Father's Day recipes in the "Sally's Recommendations" section below. 


All the best in food, wine, and travel.

Happy June,


Sally Bernstein 
Sally's Recommendations

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If you love Indian Cuisine, you will want to visit Ancient Cookware's website. They offer a great variety of Indian Cookware and Serveware to make your next Indian meal special. They have everything from Copper Serving Dishes, to Clay Curry Pots and Yogurt making pots. They even have Tandoor ovens for the serious enthusiasts.



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Does the Father in your family like to smoke meats?  If so, this introduction to home smoking provides beginner smokers with information and delicious recipes for grilling, barbecuing, and smoking. It will give people who have not worked with a smoker on their own the tools and know-how to embark on this popular cooking method. Learn the basics of various kinds of smokers - barrel, water or bullet, and ceramic - to determine the best one for you. SRP: $19.99 


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Sally's Place Father's Day Recipes

New Article

by Leena Saini, who says, "Parents around the world routinely give their children all sorts of teas, whether it is a weakened version of what they are drinking, or other hot, steeped beverages." Saini gives recipes for 3 decaffeinated teas.