A foolproof and tasty recipe for the holiday arsenal.
Another winner from Deb Perelman and a solution for having too much dill.
Pumpkins, pecans, and a malty ice cream
childhood favorite, simple indulgence.
this is one of my favorite relishes. originally developed as an affordable response to caviar in south-eastern europe restaurants, this pickled eggplant and red pepper condiment is tangy, rich, a little spicy and a perfect wintery spread for buttered, fresh bread. i, of course, recommend that you bake your own hearty bread as it not… Continue reading ajvar
this recipe was supposed to be part of a new recipe section based on a series of dinner parties that i have planned, but we got about ten inches of marvelously fluffy snow by dinnertime on saturday and nobody was going anywhere. instead, K and i enjoyed a cozy night with ourselves, drinking wine, watching… Continue reading winter borscht
i was not always a fan of soup. in fact, i found it very difficult to eat, as it made me uncomfortably warm, spoons are always a dribbly mess and it never proved to be very filling. however, one day, a few months ago, i came across a mini-documentary about the diet of a sumo wrestler.… Continue reading vegetable pho