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.
From Faith & Chris Prosperi : In a rush and want something easy and scrumptious, appealing to grownups and kids? We recommend Katie Workman’s fish fillet wrapped in a slice of prosciutto and drizzled with a lemony butter sauce. Use any kind of fish you like, including halibut, tilapia, swordfish, flounder or fluke. You don’t even […]
From Faith: When I was in the city of Nice, one of my favorite places in France, the delicious Negroni cocktail was the thing to drink on ice, especially staring out over the sun-drenched boardwalk adjacent to an aqua sea. Our show cocktail guy, Anthony DeSerio, sweetie that he is, came up with this terrific twist […]
‘Tis the season for holiday cheer… and if you’re looking for something a little different in the “cheer,” category give the Figgy-Orange Cocktail a try. This recipe from Food & Wine combines the beautiful flavors and aromas of the season in one festive glass. The cocktail calls for Punt e Mes, which is an Italian vermouth. It’s […]
We know it’s the time of roasts, chops and steaks, but we liked the sound of going Italian this year with Steve Martorano’s version of veal piccata, brightened with lemon, Pinot Grigio and capers. We’re going to serve roasted potatoes on the side, and drag every forkful through that veal sauce. Steve’s fans in Florida […]