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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
I was about 99% ready to make Ina Garten’s lentil vegetable soup after the string of dreary days we had last week — I went to hear Ina speak at the 92nd Street Y last summer and her response to … Continue reading
Hillary and I both looked towards France for a little onion inspiration this week. Hillary to Chef Soltner, I to Julia. Opening Mastering The Art of French Cooking to the well worn page in which soupe a l’oignon resides will always take me back to the … Continue reading
Onions will always remind me of Shrek trying to explain the complexity of his character to Donkey: “There’s a lot more to ogres than people think, ogres are like onions, they have layers.” SO instead of creating some a horrible … Continue reading