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Category Archives: Recipes
RECIPE: (Frozen) Peach and Almond Crisp
On Sunday night, I had my family over for a holiday dinner. My New York family – uncles, aunts – is rarely together for the actual holiday days, so I wanted to be sure to do something warm and festive … Continue reading
RECIPE: Leftover Turkey Salad with Lemon and Tarragon
I have to admit, until this year, I have been terrible about Thanksgiving leftovers. It’s as if the glory of the main event is so great, that I don’t want to tarnish its memory with seconds — second bests, second … Continue reading
RECIPE: Mushrooms "Escargot Style"
I really love Thanksgiving, and all the traditional cinnamon and spice and everything nice that goes with it. But I love even more when those flavors are accented with the influence of “wherever you come from”. Because most of us … Continue reading
RECIPE: Saffron Risotto with Zucchini Blossoms and Crème Fraîche
I promised a few weeks ago that I would make a zucchini blossom risotto with saffron and crème fraîche – and I did! I had my dad over for dinner. Growing up, I spent every Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday night … Continue reading
RECIPE: Whole Wheat Orecchiette with Sausage and Caramelized Fennel
Everyone who knows me knows I hate summer. Now, I have to admit that it’s growing on me. The office slows down. We travel. The fruits and tomatoes are in explosion. But really, once August rolls around, I’m done. After … Continue reading
RECIPE: Whole Wheat Olive Oil Madeleines with Orange and Lemon
I am a devoted fan of the Betsy-Tacy books. I came to them late in life (they are considered, I would argue incorrectly, to be children’s books and so I deem discovery at twenty-eight to be late in the game), … Continue reading
RECIPE: Whole Wheat Zucchini Flower Pizza with Lemon Ricotta and Thyme
To me, zucchini blossoms are the unicorns of the vegetable world. There are so fleeting and hard-to-find, sometimes I’m not sure they exist. But when I do stumble across them, they are precious, delicate, expensive. I become covetous all over. … Continue reading