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Swiss Chard is a green I haven’t had much history with, I always see it around, but usually pass it up for spinach, kale, and the like. So when I passed by a particularly glorious bunch of it on a … Continue reading
There are certain summer staples – suntans, cold beers on a hot night, grilling out …chicken salad. Dijon gives this summer classic a tangy bite and the green beans lend a healthy crunch – a welcomed face lift for an … Continue reading
I just love being inspired by the farmers market… on Wednesday I found THE most lovely head of bibb lettuce and the most glorious and wretched looking heirloom tomato and absolutely had to make something with them: a delicious AND … Continue reading
Ah strawberries… what other fruit could possibly be more Summer-y? And what could be more delicious than seeing how many of these fragrant fruits you could jam (no pun intended) into a cake? As it has been immensely popular, I borrowed … Continue reading
Summer, glorious summer. I guess technically it doesn’t start until the 20th, but who’s counting. There are farmers markets and farm stands every where you turn, all overflowing with delicious veggies, fruits, and herbs galore. I decided to put my … 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
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
In an effort to branch out from predictable peach treats – cobblers, tarts, pies and the like – I thought I’d make something to highlight the peach’s savory side. This slightly spicy, simple couscous dish is a perfect addition to … Continue reading