Salmon and dill may not be a classic northern Chinese flavor pairing, but that didn’t stop Helen You from using them to create a fantastic dumpling filling.
What do you do when family friends from Maine give you the gift of smoked haddock? If you’re Mark Raymond, you hit the web and look for a recipe worthy of such a prized fish (the flavor is amazing!). Mark came across this Scottish classic on the blog Christina’s Cucina and had to make it. […]
Fattoush is a classic Middle Eastern salad made with chopped tomato, romaine, herbs, and cucumber. It’s usually topped with small pieces of crispy, deep-fried pita bread and generously sprinkled with sumac, a delicious, tart spice with a slight raisin or sun-dried quality and bright crimson color. It’s one of Faith’s favorites.
Every Thanksgiving, I vow that next year I will find a willing friend to host us and our enormous tribe, and every year, I end up gathering family and friends, with assorted waifs and strays, and doing it myself. For a few years, I collapsed at the table, exhausted, barely able to keep my eyes […]
Ah, when it comes to pasta, the Bastianich family knows a thing or two. That’s why we couldn’t resist asking Joe Bastianich of Greenwich, Conn., and his sister Tanya of New York City to share their recipe for a fresh, raw tomato sauce packed with fresh basil and garlic and bejeweled with a scattering of […]
Potatoes, not bread, thicken this innovative winter gazpacho inspired by Alex Province’s Spanish grandfather.