From Faith: These are so wildly good, so light and fluffy, you will count the minutes until you can have them again, their edges golden and crispy, served with a lemon cream. We HAD to pass on this easy recipe to you from a new cookbook we love, Citrus by Valerie Aikman-Smith and Victoria Pearson. How […]
From Faith: Normally I drink coladas under a palm tree for a week in the winter, but when I tried contributor Anthony DeSerio’s healthy piña colada, I knew it would be a go-to cocktail for friends straight through September. (Or longer!) Anthony said his first interest was in getting rid of that “blue can” store mix […]
Corn cakes make a great side dish. Have them with a salad, or as a snack. They’re also fun to have for breakfast, or lunch.
In a very small motor boat galley, Kurtis Denison of Hartford likes to whip up fresh ricotta as an appetizer, or to pair with bolognese sauce, also on this page. “There’s just nothing quit like homemade ricotta,” he says. We agree. It’s ridiculously easy, leaving us wondering why we buy it!
If you are like me, you probably have an entire refrigerator drawer designated just for cheese. And with the enormous selection of cheeses available today from most supermarkets, your drawer is probably filled with everything from Emmental Swiss to Maytag blue, in various stages of consumption. Here’s a trick I learned from Jacques Pepin, to […]
From Christopher Prosperi — This is one of my favorite comfort foods to make in the oven Fall through Spring. It has a few steps that can be done ahead of time, in the spirit of Ina Garten. It’s rare to use egg noodles in mac & cheese but I love the softness of them. […]