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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: Ginger and Miso-Charred Portobello Mushrooms and Black Rice Salad with Green Vegetables and Sesame-Soy Dressing
I can’t help it. I am addicted to self-improvement. At least in January, I can get away with it more easily when the rest of the world joins in. New year, new us. I specialize in French recipes, as you … Continue reading
RECIPE: Soupe au Pistou with Thyme
If there is one thing I love most about my mother’s cooking, it’s her soups. Creamy carrot. Lima bean. Barley. Lentil. She made, and makes, them endlessly, in huge pots that find their way into the back of the fridge, … Continue reading
RECIPE: Whole Wheat Summer Tomato Spaghetti
I have a real preoccupation with pesto in the summertime. When I was little, my mom and I used to spend the summer in Woodstock, in upstate New York. We would rent a house–this big white one–in the mountains, and … Continue reading
RECIPE: Instant Organic Lentil and Beet Salad with Fresh Herbs and Crottin de Chèvre
We all know I walk the line between healthy and indulgent with the perched danger of a Flying Wallenda. But the temperatures have been soaring. My wedding is impending. And I have officially retreated into a world of salads. But … Continue reading
RECIPE: Crottin de Chèvre and Roasted Cherry Tomato Tartine with Fresh Herbs and Honey
It was a surprise sunny Sunday afternoon here in London, and I wanted to make something to match. I had that Poilâne bread I’d picked up when I passed by the shop last week. Slightly past its peak, but perfect … Continue reading
RECIPE: Wholegrain Fusilli with Organic Arugula Pesto and Haricots Verts
As some of the regular readers may have noticed, I haven’t been here for a while. Because it’s been a while, and because it’s certainly not permanent, it’s time I told you why. In January, fresh back from Marrakech and … Continue reading