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Tag Archives: holiday
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
Everyone around the office is asking each other where they’re going and what they’re making for the big day tomorrow. In case you’re looking for some last-minute inspiration (or you’re my relative!), this is what I’ll be doing. To Start … 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: Rich, Exotic Chocolate - Chai Pot de Crème
I like to listen to the Ella Fitzgerald and Louis Armstrong station on Pandora while I’m cooking. There is a classic lightness to it that I find both grounding and energy-giving. It has also accompanied me through not a few … Continue reading
RECIPE: Spiced Apple Cider Granita
My favorite dessert in the world is granita. I seek it out, almost obsessively. Gelupo, in my ex-hometown of London, makes the second greatest granita in the world in fabulous flavors. My favorite is rose topped with vanilla whipped cream, … Continue reading
RECIPE: Sweet Potato Gnocchi with Brown Butter, Sage, and Hazelnuts
Every year–every year as long as I can remember–we have had potatoes au gratin for Thanksgiving. And I love them. As a kid, they were my favorite main course, and I still think they are just about the greatest thing … Continue reading
RECIPE: Spatchcocked Turkey with Citrus and Fresh Herbes de Provence
Every year we have our Franglais Thanksgiving–a mishmash of French and American culinary heritage at a very enthusiastic table. It’s not easy. The French among us think corn is for pigs and pumpkins inedible–unless the corn is very finely ground … Continue reading