This slaw makes a cool crunchy contrast to Charlotte Druckman’s warm, cheesy Colombian-style arepas.
I’m going to boast on behalf of my mom here. She was making fat, juicy, gourmet burgers topped with caramelized onions before most of the chefs doing it these days were even born. Of course back then, I wasn’t so keen on her homemade burgers and would gladly have traded mine for a skinny one […]
I first tasted this sweet, garnet-hued jam as part of a cheese antipasto at Osteria Morini, in Washington, D.C., with extra-aged Parmigiano-Reggiano, Pecorino Toscano, and pungent Gorgonzola. I’m grateful to executive sous chef Ben Pflaumer for sharing the recipe. Tropea is an ultra-sweet red onion. If you’re a gardener, you can grow your own. Otherwise, […]
The sweet raspberry champagne vinaigrette adds a retro pink touch to the colors and textures of this beautiful salad. The bitter radicchio and sweet raspberries contrast with the peppery radishes and salty prosciutto for a really dynamic flavor combination.
This savory coffee glaze by Chris Prosperi certainly perked up a perfectly grilled steak during our pre-show meal. Coffee rubs for meat are ubiquitous on the web, but Chris found that really good coffee glazes for chicken, steak or pork are few and far between. This one is a purist’s version: it’s all about the coffee. But if […]
Once you grill a hearty lettuce, like romaine, you’ll say, “Why haven’t I been grilling lettuce all along?” You could also grill other lettuces along with the romaine, like endive and radicchio. Once all the lettuces are charred: chop, chop, chop. Put the chopped lettuces in a wooden bowl that’s been rubbed with a garlic […]