This brisket is the perfect comfort food for any occasion. The sauce is sweet and tangy and helps capture the flavor of the old school dish that was a favorite part of countless childhoods.
The perfect accompaniment to a comfort food classic.
This simple, smooth tomato soup is the ultimate dipping soup: smooth and savory, with an acidic bite and chile kick to balance out a rich and hearty grilled cheese.
Barbara Kafka, a legend in the food world, created the single best roasted potato recipe we have ever eaten. She calls them “melting potatoes,” from her book Vegetable Love. In this dish, the potatoes act like rice in risotto, absorbing the butter, oil, and chicken stock. Faith’s experience is that they drive people wild.
The pasta “orecchiette” simply means “little ears,” and that’s exactly what they look like once cooked, indented just enough to catch a bit of shrimp, herbs, wine and chicken stock in every bite. This is one of Ben Pollinger’s simpler recipes from his cookbook, School of Fish. (He’s executive chef at NYC’s Oceana.) We like […]