This classic French soup is made with Rich Beef-Bone Stock and a heavy blanket of sautéed onions and leeks. You can lighten it up a bit by serving the soup as is, without the traditional cheese and bread topping. In Parisian bistros, onion soup is prepared in an ovenproof bowl, topped with a slice […]
A cocktail this knock-out, with a whisky so exquisite. . .part science, part art.
Here’s our party mood bath, a bowl of good cheer based on the original 1790 “Fish House Punch” recipe regularly served in Philadelphia and, who knows, a possible explanation for the brilliance of the U.S. Constitution. Careful, this Joyful Party Punch, created by our cocktail contributor Anthony DeSerio, goes down easily. We suggest this one’s […]
Here at last is a mistake-free sirloin steak with a peppercorn sauce that feels like velvet in the mouth. Velvet in the mouth is important as a sensual experience, but it also means you’ve avoided the common problems associated with this dish — bitterness and an overpowering edge to the crushed peppercorns, obliterating any taste […]
Seriously? You can actually roast an entire turkey ahead of time and serve it hot at the table? Yes, says Ina, and she now does it often, including on Thanksgiving. Here’s the thing… it’s not only Ina’s taste in flavor combinations and technique that always win us over—it’s her knockout ideas. And they are as dazzling […]