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Tag Archives: Ina Garten
For the first time in quite a while, I haven’t been putting on my enormous down jacket (it looks more like a comforter than a coat…stylish) in the morning. These are very exciting times — the thermostat will even be … Continue reading
It has really felt like Fall in NYC for the past few days, and with Fall comes heavier, heartier cooking (Not that Summer has ever stopped me from making anything heavy or hearty). This lemon cake really feels like a … Continue reading
Asparagus has been simply outstanding this year — just the right amount of sweetness and crunch. What better way to highlight all this perfection than in a delicious and creamy pasta dish! I was inspired by Ina Garten’s lemon fusilli … 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
This post is really late… probably because I got a REALLY AWESOME NEW JOB! I’m starting at SAVEUR magazine on Monday! SO yeah, things have been busy. Also, the weather we’ve been having in NYC is absolutely nuts… pushing 70 … Continue reading
Amy’s bolognese post is a tough act to follow… especially after meeting it in person on Tuesday evening, man that is GOOD. But seriously, what could be better than a delicious steak covered in cheesy cream sauce? Few things. I … Continue reading
I was tempted to make myself a double espresso, post a picture of it, and call it a wired night, but then Amy put me to shame on Tuesday night when she invited me to a delicious dinner at her … Continue reading
Amy and I had a very festive Sunday afternoon at Wilklow Orchards in the Hudson Valley — the farm was all decked out for fall and Halloween, and the sweet smell of apple cider donuts filled the air… I’m hoping … Continue reading