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We know, it has been a WHILE since we posted anything. But to be fair, the 2 kitchens have gone through quite a few changes in the past six months. For starters, both of us moved into brand NEW kitchens; … Continue reading
I was inspired by Bon Appétit’s slideshow post last week on interesting ways to use sriracha, and fortunately for me and my blogging needs, one of the dishes involved red cabbage! This soba noodle salad is one of those perfect … Continue reading
Love makes people do crazy things… things as crazy as preparing an entirely vegan meal (if you’ve been reading this blog for any period of time you know that eggs, cheeses, and meats have quite the presence in my posts). … Continue reading
Shakshuka, or eggs poached in spicy tomato sauce, is a classic Israeli breakfast, but delicious at any time of day. It is one of those dishes that looks and tastes very complex, while it actually comes together very quickly and … 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
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
Hot cheese: the ultimate cure for a dreary day. And these past couple of days have sure been dreary. One of the best vessels for hot cheese is the classic French Croque Monsieur — basically a tricked-out grilled cheese. My … Continue reading