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RECIPE: Herbes de Provence Seared Steak
If you’re looking to grill on Bastille Day (that’s next Thursday!), look no further. This recipe, from French in a Flash a few weeks ago, is just about the best grilled steak I’ve ever had. Inexpensive, but super-tender, beef tenderloin … Continue reading
RECIPE: Ginger Shrimp
Get the whole story at Serious Eats. There is nothing like Chinese shrimp—or, at least the shrimp you get in American Chinese restaurants. They have the lightest crispy coating on the outside, and then that thick, flavors-from-all-directions sauce that clings … Continue reading
RECIPE: Burrata with White Peaches
Get the whole story on The Huffington Post. I’ve been feeling restless. In that soul-churning kind of way, where you don’t even want to stand on one foot for too long. Sitting down for a prolonged plate of pasta is … Continue reading
RECIPE: Provençal White Bean Dip
Get the whole story at Serious Eats. While in Napa recently, I found and loved a white bean dip at Thomas Keller’s Bouchon in Yountville, which came served with pain epi. It was creamy, mild, and mellow, but not bland … Continue reading
RECIPE: Chicken Paillard Salad with Arugula, Fennel, and Apples
Looks pretty gourmet, doesn’t it? Thinly pounded, grilled chicken breast topped with an arugula, fennel, and apple salad. No one would assume you threw it together on a George Foreman. This is such an easy, healthy dinner. Chicken paillard, inspired … Continue reading
RECIPE: Broccoli Gratin
Get the whole story at Serious Eats As much as I love vegetables (and I do), I admit there’s no better way to eat them than when they’re bubbling in hot cream and covered in melted cheese. Vegetables have for … Continue reading
RECIPE: Gingered Sesame Noodles
Get the whole story at Serious Eats. When I first moved to Florida from Manhattan, there were a few things I missed. Like winter. And sesame noodles.