We have Alain Ducasse to thank for the idea of making latkes as large as dinner plates. He suggested these years ago in the New York Times as a raft for stews, and Faith has been featuring the idea every Hanukkah ever since. This time our latke recipe is from The Smitten Kitchen Cookbook by […]
Whole baked apples are great but if you want to have a little more fun the fast and easy way, try this recipe I adapted to make a microwave apple crisp. It takes me about 10 minutes to make it. I love the crispness and sweetness of granola on top, as opposed to the slight […]
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 […]
There are foods that appear at the Jewish holidays that I crave all year, including brisket and latkes. Now I’m adding to the list Martha Stewart’s easy apple cake made in a skillet, and it is to die for. You could certainly make this with a variety of colorful fruits, though apples are especially good this […]
If you like creamed corn you’ll love this recipe. It makes a great side-dish for Thanksgiving too. You might want to double the recipe. It also goes well with leftovers.
Let’s start by saying you don’t have to make the streamlined pizza dough we describe here; you can buy pizza dough, guilt-free, at your local pizza shop, bakery, or at the supermarket. But if you want to make the dough yourself, Suzie Middleton has a very good recipe meant for weeknight grilling. The best part […]