Fried chicken on the table in forty-five minutes? Here it is, the quick recipe. I serve it with Chunky Mashed Potatoes and Braised Collard Greens. The boys love it. Excerpted from Mad Hungry: Feeding Men & Boys by Lucinda Scala Quinn (Artisan Books). Copyright © 2009. Photographs by Mikkel Vang. Read our book review to […]
In the summer, street vendors all over New York serve watermelon cubes and fresh mangoes sliced into flower shapes, always accompanied by a little condiment bar with salt, chile powder, cayenne, and a bit of bottled citrus juice. This icy granita combines all of those flavors for a sweet, salty, and cooling treat. —Yossy Arefi […]
Along with April’s springtime showers comes the anticipation of freshly dug baby carrots, tender shoots of asparagus, young spring leeks, and sweet English peas at the farmers’ market. It’s time to celebrate the season with a dish that goes together easily for a weeknight supper and is festive enough for a dinner with friends.
If you are like me, you probably have an entire refrigerator drawer designated just for cheese. And with the enormous selection of cheeses available today from most supermarkets, your drawer is probably filled with everything from Emmental Swiss to Maytag blue, in various stages of consumption. Here’s a trick I learned from Jacques Pepin, to […]
If you want a truly delicious homemade cranberry sauce to make everyone at the table happy, this is the one. Regular contributor Alex Province has adapted his mother’s recipe, softening the spice mixture to appeal to all tastes. It has just the right amount of sweet and tart. This is now Faith’s favorite cranberry sauce […]
If you’re looking for something a little different to serve with crackers, pita chips, grilled bread, or Indian Poppadoms look no further than Peggy Fallon’s Rockin’ Moroccan Salsa. The spices in this recipe give it an exotic flavor.