From Faith: It was a bitter cold afternoon, and I was testing recipes at Orient Point on the North Fork of Long Island. Because the house is situated high on a bluff overlooking Long Island Sound and across the pond from Old Saybrook, Conn., the wind was howling. This was soup weather, only I didn’t want […]
From Chris Prosperi — This is ridiculously easy to make; it involves chicken, chopped vegetables, corn starch and a slow cooker. In six hours, dinner is served!
Our problem with veggie burgers is the lack of powerful flavor and texture, so Chris and I issued ourselves a challenge — to come up with the best-tasting version we could. While Chris made an outstanding burger, we all decided we missed the “chew factor.” That’s where the Indian burger surged ahead. (Crazy because Chris […]
My head snapped around at the idea of blending Middle Eastern and Mediterranean flavors. That’s what Einat Admony does in her cookbook,Balaboosta. And there is nothing like her “Not So Jewish Chicken Soup,” as she calls it. (Admony has a mixed Israeli heritage, Persian and Yemenite.) Because I’m a believer in layering flavors, especially in […]
Crack open the champagne… prepare for a mind-blowing experience. Truffle butter lobster combines chardonnay, vermouth, shallots, heavy cream, ginger, mushrooms, and, of course, black truffle butter, available at gourmet stores and markets, or online from D’Artagnan. This recipe, from the cookbook, Fish, calls for traditional linguine, though you can make this dish gluten-free by using […]
When you try Chris Prosperi’s recipe for easy corned beef, you might ask yourself, as we do, why eat this only on St. Patrick’s Day? It’s a delicious thing for a party.