In some ways, the Pimm’s Cup is Britain’s answer to America’s sherry cobbler, given its scant alcohol content and flashy garnish game.
When Paul Newman and I agreed to open Dressing Room, one of his first requests was that there always be a really good chopped salad on the menu. He loved an array of flavors and textures in each bite. This version is seasonal, fresh and delicious.
The sweetness of a summer ripe tomato combined with the subtle saltiness of fresh mozzarella is heaven.
Chris couldn’t resist pulling out one of his many slow cookers when he found a mixed bag of soup beans… 16 varieties in one bag. The directions are easy: Cook the beans, chop some veggies, mix the dressing, and toss.
We’ve heard a lot from friends about contributor Alex Province’s gazpacho, a recipe he traces back through generations of his family in Spain. It’s a winner, the real deal, featuring ripe tomatoes, extra virgin olive oil, garlic, and salt all combined in a simple blender (or food processor). Use the best tomatoes you can get […]
The best Indian food involves hours of work and a million ingredients, almost always worth the time and effort. But two years ago we stumbled on a simpler version of Tandoori Chicken, and loved the result. (The tandoor is the wood-fired clay oven used by Indian cooks to make moist meat and beautiful breads.) The […]