What to pair with a holiday-worthy beef tenderloin? Oh, Chris Prosperi has the very thing. His comforting mash is simple without being boring. The squash and maple syrup make these mashed “potatoes” unlike any others you’ve had. They’re elevated for Christmas dinner, and are the perfect side for any holiday meal.
This dish is a guaranteed winner, according to an array of dinner guests, some of them chefs. Even picky eaters, kids and grown-ups alike, seem to go for this recipe. Tempted? Picture the sprouts blanched, shredded, then mixed with fresh orange, pan-fried crispy prosciutto, toasted nuts and Parmigiano-Reggiano. Squeeze of fresh lemon…heaven on the table […]
It’s not true that nothing good can come of texting someone in the middle of the night. Faith had the initial idea for these Mediterranean mashed potatoes, and several texts with Chris Prosperi later, a recipe was born. The inspiration behind the recipe was simple: It’s Thanksgiving, and since turkey is such a neutral meat, Faith wanted to create a side dish […]
Winter squash tends not to be associated with Italian cooking. But in fall and winter, beautiful big squashes adorn the farmers’ markets from north to south. In Emilia-Romagna, squash-filled ravioli are a classic; and in the south, cooks sauté the squash in olive oil, then dress it with vinegar, sugar, and mint. This recipe pays […]
Treat a kohlrabi like a turnip and everything will be fine. Especially with this recipe, which we adapted from one in the Food Network magazine. You combine kohlrabi with cayenne, olive oil and parmesan cheese, then roast it. Look out, our dish could make kohlrabi the next kale. — Faith Middleton Photo: Tim Sackton/flickr, creative commons