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Waking up with a sparkler in your coffee might be the best way to kick off the 4th of July but a red, white and blue berry-ful scone just might be the next best option. These tender scones will set … Continue reading
I love rhubarb – it’s so pretty and the taste – so unexpected! My mind immediately went to the gobs of butter in my freezer just begging to be made into pie dough but then I quickly remembered that a. … Continue reading
As Hillary mentioned – ramp season is fleeting. So I decided to preserve their goodness in what else, but butter. Oh, and if you were wondering who first ramped up the ramp here’s a great Grub Street article on the subject… I originally … Continue reading
To tell you the truth I never really eat chicken. I’m super persnickety about where it comes from and apart from the occasional roast bird or late night chicken wings (gross, I know – the cocktails cloud my good judgment) … Continue reading
I’ve been getting myself addicted to Kind bars lately — they are delicious, nutritious, and come in so many fun flavors! But at about $2 a bar, they really add up over time… So what better way to keep up … Continue reading
I spent Thanksgiving in Asia this year. It was an amazing trip, and I’m so glad I went, but I definitely missed the holiday. And most of all (aside from family of course…) I missed mashed potatoes. These aren’t just … Continue reading
Let me just say that I was one of the extremely fortunate ones, merely inconvenienced by hurricane Sandy. After just one night at home without power, and four nights at a lovely apartment in Cobble Hill, Brooklyn (thank you Abby, … Continue reading
When I was growing up freshly ground pepper was the seasoner of choice in our house. And maybe mustard…we put it on everything come to think of it – even baked potatoes. I really didn’t get into salting my food … Continue reading
Cheese and carbs are truly a match made in heaven. Add quick, easy, and Italian to the mix and boy do you have a winner! The classic Roman dish Cacio e Pepe, or pasta with cheese and pepper, is so … Continue reading