Edamame, Broccoli and Pancetta with Shallots
Bless the Italians for their cured, salty pork products. Ask the butcher for a nice thick cut of panchetta (theRead more.
When I was in fourth grade, we had to do a presentation about our family and it’s culture, so IRead more.
Diary of Pickled Asparagus
Update: Use this same process with beans and carrots. We’ve since made few new batches, each time playing with theRead more.
Eddie’s Open-Faced Steak Sandwiches
My boyfriend knows his way around the kitchen and steak sandwiches are (one of) Eddie’s many specialties. So, we wentRead more.
Urban Picnic in Parsons Garden
As a child of the city, I will be the first to admit that camping does not top my listRead more.
Cherry Rhubarb Compote
While in Portland for the weekend, I had an amazing yogurt parfait at this fabulous bakery, Crema. They serve a berryRead more.
Thank you to my dear friend Siri! She’s not the most ‘comfortable’ person in the kitchen and she tried thisRead more.
The Anti-Hangover Cocktail: Vodka Water with Lime
Everyone has their standby drink, a constant go-to when you’re in the need for a beverage. A loyal vodka enthusiastRead more.
Cucumber Salad with Pickled Shallot
Cucumbers are a very cooling food, in season from May through July. I like to think of cucumbers as nature’sRead more.
Turkey Feta Panini with Roasted Red Peppers
A panini is a lovely ending to a day, warm and satisfying with endless possibilities. Whenever I make a sandwichRead more.
I absolutely love marinated mushrooms, but the are so pricey when bought at a gourmet shop. I think theseRead more.
Rack of Pork
My mom’s specialty is roasting. Her recipe for rack of pork is simple: turn the oven up to 475*F, smotherRead more.
Tuna Salad For People Who Don’t Like Tuna Salad
When I was in college, girls in my house would constantly be making tuna… something. It’s cheap and a greatRead more.
Zucchini and Goat Cheese Crustless Quiche
I love frittatas, the Spanish had it all right with this masterpiece. Unfortunately, I manage to make it into scrambledRead more.