One of the simplest pasta sauces you will ever make, and what a summer dish to jazz up your table…the marriage of fresh tomatoes and a little butter. Italians have been making this for centuries; it’s the richness of the butter with the acidity of the tomato that makes this a time-tested winner. As you’ll […]
Jimmy Villas is a great raconteur and terrific Southern cook, transplanted to the Hamptons on The East End of Long Island. Faith has eaten Jimmy’s excellent homemade biscuits with jam, a fact she mentions only to get a dinner invitation. And if she does get one, she wants him to make this terrific skillet hash. […]
If you’re like Faith and Lori Mack, you stop on the way home for a cooked rotisserie chicken. While it’s delicious as is, and easy, here’s a way to pull off the cooked chicken meat and make something that tastes great!
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 […]