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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
Things have sure been better in this kitchen. An unfortunate football accident put me in a boot and crutches for a couple of months. It is now quite difficult to do many things… no running (farewell, Brooklyn Half Marathon), no … Continue reading
One of my favorite cookbooks EVER is Mmmmmmm: a feastiary, the first book written by former Gourmet editor in chief, Ruth Reichl in 1972. I was so thrilled to finally get my hands on a copy last spring — Ms. … Continue reading
Vive la France! … and their delicious food. Why are mini food items always more delicious and appealing than their normal-sized counterparts? Maybe because we feel less guilty about eating 10 of them? Or because they are just so cute? … Continue reading
For those of you who weren’t hitting refresh on your twitter feeds last night we heard at approximately 4:58PM that the secret ingredient was…….BACON! We seriously could not have been more excited. 4:59PM: Caught in a torrential downpour… en route … Continue reading