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Author Archives: Kerry
RECIPE: Moroccan Mint Tea
Just like Mémé taught me.
RECIPE: Easy Crumbly, Mustardly Salmon
There are three kinds of recipes. The first are the kind that totally, for lack of a better word, suck. Fool me once; I never make those again. The second are the kind that are terrific, but they just feel … Continue reading
RECIPE: BBQ Coq au Vin
Some people get their kicks running marathons, or knitting, or surfing YouTube for hours a day. I get mine reinventing classic French recipes. This one is the fruit of last weekend’s experimentation with turning classic, wintry coq au vin into … Continue reading
RECIPE: Crispy Broiled Scallops and Chorizo
I have a serious food crush on seafood with pork. Here in London, a restaurant called J. Sheekey’s Oyster Bar makes squid and wild boar cassoulet. My heart stops. It is literally all I live for. And while I can’t … Continue reading
RECIPE: Chargrilled Zucchini Croque Mademoiselle
There’s a place downstairs from my old apartment in Paris called the Horse’s Tavern Café. It has an inside, but I’ve never seen it. For me, it’s all about sitting at the tables that tumble forth out of the front … Continue reading
RECIPE: Fiery Chipotle Soft Tacos with Charred Scallions, Cilantro, and Avocado Cream
When cooking for two, and living as two, it’s important to keep the fire alive. In other words, to keep things hot in the kitchen. As in, taco night. Of course. Traditionally, for me, taco night was one of those … Continue reading
RECIPE: Fresh Zucchini Crumble
If there’s one thing I love about French home cookin’, it’s a gratin. But, gratins are pretty hard to justify. Especially with the onset of summer. Gratins and beaches mix about as well as oil and water. That is to … Continue reading