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It seems we’re in that weird span of time just before Spring when we get a beautifully balmy day on Saturday and by Wednesday they’re calling for snow. The perfect weather for getting sick, really. So why not load up … Continue reading
OK so clam chowder might not be the first thing that comes to mind when you have a hankering for potatoes but it is one of the main ingredients so maybe you can grant me a little leeway here… Being … Continue reading
When I was growing up freshly ground pepper was the seasoner of choice in our house. And maybe mustard…we put it on everything come to think of it – even baked potatoes. I really didn’t get into salting my food … Continue reading
With my window fan having been firmly in the off position for four nights in a row I think it’s safe to say my favorite season has hit. To me Autumn has always seemed like more of a time for … Continue reading
I’d argue that anise is probably the most polarizing of all flavors…either you love it or you despise anything that tastes remotely like it, read: fennel, black licorice… The surprising addition of star anise to this simple carrot soup however, … 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
I’ve been meaning to make chili for quite some time now, but the tail end of a nasty cold and a long work week made it very difficult to think about cooking something that might take 45 minutes to an … Continue reading
There is a bit of a chill in the air now, fall is rapidly approaching, and farmers markets are becoming a bit more sparse… of course there is still plenty of fresh produce to be had! As quinoa is a … Continue reading
Full disclosure, sometimes this girl on a budget’s idea of a cheap dinner is opening a bottle of wine and calling it a night. But I’m supposed to be an adult now and drinking your dinner is neither classy nor … Continue reading