Trust Nigella: Turkish eggs, eggs poached on Greek yogurt, is a revelation and a complete sensation.
Don’t let the long braising time in this recipe intimidate you. It’s an easy “prepare it and forget about it” step and fills the house with an enticing aroma that will make your guests’ mouths water. It’s a perfect company’s-coming meal because it’s guaranteed to impress.
From Faith: In 2009, Food & Wine Magazine asked for permission to print my recipe for feta and watermelon salad, a dish I had brought to Jacques Pepin’s picnic. but when I picked up the magazine at my mailbox and opened it, I was transfixed by another contributor’s dish, this winning shrimp and feta stuffed zucchini […]
From Faith: We asked Connecticut home cook Carol Baugh to give us her favorite burger recipe and it turns out she drizzles her beef with Ina’s great Greek sauce. (It’s great on everything, such as chicken, lamb, turkey and fish.) Really, after whipping up the sauce, it’s a display job, says Carol, who knows how to […]
When this recipe was placed here on The Food Schmooze site, the Mexican drug cartels were playing politics with lime prices, making lime prices skyrocket. That’s why we were delighted to find such a fabulous Persian recipe calling for dried lime or lemon powder instead of fresh limes. You can get this online, of course, […]