Suddenly kale doesn’t seem so bad.
Our copy of Fine Cooking Magazine’s book, How to Cook a Turkey, is dog-eared and food splattered. What’s great about this cranberry recipe is that it’s hands-off. You can roast it in the oven up to a week ahead; we think it’s better that way. Thus, you are killing two birds with one stone, though […]
Faith’s nephew Doug is an expert fish cooker, especially after his stint working at New York’s famed temple of seafood, Le Bernardin. Even bluefish, which can be oily, was fantastic the way Doug made it at home, often with breadcrumbs and mustard added before baking. The key, of course, is to buy very fresh bluefish, […]
When my husband, Matt, and I are on our sailboat, we visit Nantucket, hang out with Faith at her vacation home at Orient Point, on the North Fork of Long Island, and gorgeous Shelter Island, just off the North Fork. Our tradition is to tie-up and jump in our dingy, aiming for land and cocktails […]
‘Tis the season for holiday cheer… and if you’re looking for something a little different in the “cheer,” category give the Figgy-Orange Cocktail a try. This recipe from Food & Wine combines the beautiful flavors and aromas of the season in one festive glass. The cocktail calls for Punt e Mes, which is an Italian vermouth. It’s […]
If you want a truly delicious homemade cranberry sauce to make everyone at the table happy, this is the one. Regular contributor Alex Province has adapted his mother’s recipe, softening the spice mixture to appeal to all tastes. It has just the right amount of sweet and tart. This is now Faith’s favorite cranberry sauce […]