This gorgeous salad is one of the reasons Carole Peck’s Good News Restaurant & Bar just celebrated its 25th year as one of the best places to eat in Connecticut.
This is the perfect salad for a casual lunch with friends because it comes together in a few minutes and most of the elements can be prepared up to a day before. It’s also ideal for winter since all of the ingredients are available year-round.
Chicken soup simmered with garlic, parsley, and onions is the epitome of Jewish comfort food. Here’s Jewish cooking expert Leah Koenig’s simple classic.
Inspired by this stew recipe from Bon Appetit, we took a page from Carole Peck’s book and added orange zest and Pernod to give this early-spring soup a decidedly Provençal feel.
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 […]