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RECIPE: Grilled Lamb Chops with Port Syrup, Garlic Confit, and Sauce Vierge "Persillade"
This is a draft I wrote of this week’s French in a Flash over on Serious Eats. But it’s more of a personal blog post than a column, so I though I’d put it up here. I hope you enjoy…. … Continue reading
RECIPE: Citrus Oreillettes
In love, a man whispers sweet nothings into a girl’s ear. In food, I like to fry up some sweet nothings to crackle into my man’s mouth. This week’s French in a Flash over on Serious Eats is Citrus Oreillettes. … Continue reading
RECIPE: Rustic Roast Duck with New Potatoes, Sugar Snaps, and Spring Onions
Last week’s French in a Flash on Serious Eats is the dish I make for Mr. English when it’s been a long day. It’s so hearty and earthy, but you hardly have to lift a finger. Plus, duck makes it … Continue reading
RECIPE: Moroccan Carrot Salad
Kitchen Caravan recorded my first ever cooking shows, and now they’ve allowed me to contribute a recipe to their Moroccan collection this month. Meme has always made a traditional Moroccan carrot salad for big family dinners, where thick copper penny … Continue reading
RECIPE: Eggplant Tian
My father eats Eggplant Parmigiana every Sunday night. And who doesn’t love a crispy Napoleon of crunchy, creamy fried eggplant, chunky-runny sauce, and gummy, salty Mozzarella cheese. It’s impossible to resist. It wasn’t until I went to Italy and France … Continue reading
RECIPE: Trout en Papillote
When I was growing up, Meme would sing me this lullaby about how the fish swim in the sea, and the birds fly through the air. But when I bought Rusty, my goldfish, in college, I learned that with the … Continue reading
RECIPE: Sliced Steak with Two-Olive Tapenade
A wedding registry is always brimming with items to equip a kitchen like a well-stocked fortress. A cherry-pitter, just in case cherry pits happen. (Full disclosure: I have one!) But with my friend Lauren, who is getting married tomorrow, I … Continue reading