Author Archives: Kerry

Super Bowl-ed Over: Avocado and Goat Cheese Dip with Root Chips

RECIPE: Chèvre Avocado Dip with Root Chips

I ADORE chips and guacamole. My dad and I have a ritual: we show up at Rosa Mexicano in New York, a Mexican restaurant with a guacamole cart on which they smash, squish, and season your guacamole right at your … Continue reading

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Super Bowl-ed Over: The Monaco

RECIPE: Monaco

To me, there is no better name for a Super Bowl beer cocktail than one that takes its name from the high-stakes betting grounds of the Riviera. All this week, I’ll be featuring typically Revolutionized and glammed-up versions of Super … Continue reading

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Parsnipitty

RECIPE: Roasted Garlic and Parnsip Purée

Some girls’ boyfriends are persnickety. Mr. English is parsnippity. Frankly, I didn’t know what a parsnip looked like until a year ago. They are tooth-and-nails-tough white carrot-impersonators. Their hard backbone is the iron glove that covers their candy-sweet, velvet fist. … Continue reading

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Strawberry Fields Forever

RECIPE: Strawberry Champagne Crumble

Last night, as I tucked myself beneath a snowy white comforter of down, New York was lying under a downy white blanket of snow. But just as the night is magical, epic, transcendent—the morning after hardly ever is. I suppose … Continue reading

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A Case of the BLAs

RECIPE: The BLA Sandwich

If life is like a box of chocolates, then you’re bound to run into some days that you’d rather just spit back out into their wrappers. Unfortunately, days are bigger than chocolates, and instead of you swallowing them, they seem … Continue reading

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Play Nice

RECIPE: Mezze Penne Niçoise

You may not know this, but I am the reigning pétanque champion of the universe. Pétanque is a sport of the south of France. It originated in Provence, and according to Wikipedia, 17 million French citizens take part in the … Continue reading

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The Girl of Sandwich

RECIPE: Toasted Baguette with Camembert and Pears

The Earl of Sandwich was an Englishman. So is Mr. English. After he spent the ENTIRE day tunneling through my closet until we had, count them, six boxes packed for good will, I thought he deserved a thank you snack. … Continue reading

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