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RECIPE: Veal Milanese with Arugula Salad
The summer is tricky. You’re for something substantial, but you want it to feel light. Veal Milanese is the perfect dinner. It’s fast. It’s hearty. It’s light. And it strikes the perfect balance between indulgent and virtuous. Fried meat, topped … Continue reading
RECIPE: Tuna, Tomato, and Basil Tartare
I had this dish in Paris last summer, and I had to knock it off. The French are really into seafood tartares. I just had a salmon version last weekend. But they are generally the same: a bit of shallot, … Continue reading
RECIPE: Fresh Rigatoni and Steak "Bolognese"
I love, love, love a hearty rigatoni Bolognese. Not a soupy tomato sauce, but a thick ragu that sticks to your ribs, with meat that you have to scrape off the bottom of your plate and onto your fork and … Continue reading
RECIPE: Kir Royale Sangria
There are drinks you make in glasses, and drinks you make in pitchers. The drinks in the pitchers are the party drinks. This Saturday is Bastille Day, and it is a day for parties. Of course, being American, it’s a … Continue reading
RECIPE: Tandoori Charred Salmon and Vegetables
I feel like this is a very Rachael Ray, 30 Minute Meals concept, but I love making takeout food at home. Thai. Chinese. Indian. But if I’m making it at home, I don’t want it to just be as fast … Continue reading
RECIPE: Fresh Cod in a Paper Bag with Zucchini, Tomatoes, and Mint
Even when you’re cooking for two, even when it’s the middle of the week, even when you don’t want a whole fuss for dinner, you can make something that looks really fancy and French that at the same time is … Continue reading
RECIPE: Boursin and Gruyère Spinach and Artichoke Gratin Dip
London is a city of dinner parties. I assure you they can get quite competitive. And dinner party food in small city apartments is a very specific type of food: gasp-inducing, crowd-pleasing, and, this is a must, very simple to … Continue reading