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Author Archives: Kerry
RECIPE: Broiled Scallops Provençale
I hate to say it, but I have a real bone to pick with English markets. And I just don’t understand what the problem is! I can never find seafood. Giant shrimp like we have in the States. Scallops. Calamari. … Continue reading
RECIPE: Millionaire's Spaghetti with Truffles
Last night we came home to London after a whirlwind wedding planning weekend in Paris. I think if I’m honest, I didn’t want to come down from the high that was the weekend (in Paris!) and face the reality of … Continue reading
The unthinkable has happened! I woke up this morning, on Thanksgiving, only to go to work! Such is living in London. Maman is coming over from the States, and so we will be able to have about half our family … Continue reading
One of my first writing jobs (you know, the kind that actually pay you) was for Princeton Alumni Weekly, writing alumni profiles. So when they contacted me last month to write a feature essay on anything I wanted about food, … Continue reading
RECIPE: Niçoise Toasts with Fresh Tuna and Tomatoes
I could reinvent the Niçoise salad a thousand ways, and have. But what brings me back to it constantly is how punchy it is. Big flavors. Big colors. Big personalities. This is not a salad of wallflowers–illustrated perfectly by the … Continue reading
RECIPE: Rustic Turkey and Vegetable Pie
I love living with Mr. English, just the two of us. But because living with Mr. English means living in England, Thanksgiving is pretty much also just the two of us. Actually, this year, there will be three of us, … Continue reading
RECIPE: Turkey 'au Vin'
Growing up in a French-American family, Thanksgiving was always a happy confusion. Apple cider sorbet with our pumpkin pie. Gratin Dauphinois instead of mashed potatoes. Haricots verts instead of regular, sturdy green beans. And we always, whether it’s considered French … Continue reading