This quick bread recipe, excerpted from Carla Bartolucci’s cookbook, Einkorn: Recipes for Nature’s Original Wheat, has antipasto flavors tucked inside—olives, salami, ham, and specialty cheeses—and can be served any time of the day. See Faith’s review of Einkorn to learn more about Carla and this ancient grain.
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It’s a mouth-watering dish…Chicken Stew, Cuban-Style, as taught by Cuba’s legendary cook, Nitza Villapol, a woman devoted to delicious, healthy and affordable. This recipe from Saveur’s Soups and Stews, has the flavor profile that makes a variety of Cuban dishes irresistible — fresh lime juice, fresh orange juice, chicken, garlic, white wine, potatoes, olives and […]
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 […]