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It has been excruciatingly hot here in NYC, pushing 90 degrees with extreme humidity. This heat wave has made the idea of cooking nearly nauseating… but for the sake of the blog, I turned on the ol’ oven this weekend … Continue reading
Ahh asparagus, so delicious in so many ways. Roasted with parm, wrapped with prosciutto… the list goes on. But this week I was inspired to make this yummy asparagus pizza by an old smitten kitchen post — sometimes vegetables are … Continue reading
The days are getting longer and warmer (Woohoo! at long last!), so why not take advantage of the last few wintery days and spend some quality time in your kitchen! And what better to make than an easy homemade pasta, … 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
Confession: I’ve been OBSESSED with asparagus this Spring. Just recently I had gone two weeks straight having had the vegetable in some fashion everyday: on focaccia, sauteed with green beans and soy sauce, roasted with a runny egg on top. … Continue reading
Who wants to spend hours slaving in a hot kitchen in the summer? Horrible. This fresh and delicious pasta recipe is one of my favorite go-to quick and easy summer meals. After a long journey home from a lovely wedding … Continue reading
** WARNING ** If you are on a diet, are thinking about going on a diet, or care at all about your physical appearance READ NO FURTHER. I always love a pasta dish with peas, pancetta, and a light (or … Continue reading
I was recently reading an article called Eggs for Dinner in the February issue of Self magazine about how eggs can help you lose weight/feel amazing… so I naturally decided to make something particularly decadent and fattening for this post. Judith … Continue reading
Decadent: As I conveniently had some duck fat stored in a jam jar in my fridge, I though what better way to use it than on this post – I’m pretty sure an old shoe cooked in duck fat would … Continue reading