• theeee best sandwiches, check it out.
  • Previous Tab
    Next Tab

    well! look who’s ONE…

    Le Sauce Magazine is ONE YEAR OLD with this issue. And looking back, I will freely confess, I severely underestimated, oh, everything.


    taking it outside

    Food for your dinners outside, backyard bashes and running away in style.

    grilling issue LS

    breaking with burgers…

    Pass the shrimp skewers within to someone dutifully handing you a sweaty but cold drink in a fair trade by the barbecue.


    spring greens… don’t even bother!

    I would argue that spring vegetables have the most annoying armour of all. (But FINE, let’s get in there.)


    simple appeal.

    Recipes just simple enough to be fully appreciated.



    A new issue of Le Sauce Magazine is out, but it’s only for some of us…


    Sri Lankan 101

    A new, very special issue of Le Sauce Magazine.

    late summer stew LS

    go-to meal: late-summer stew

    Couldn’t be bothered + didn’t want to clean + ran out of time + mixed with late-summer vegetables = my latest go-to meal.

    non-gadget gadgets

    great gadgets: non-gadgets! my go-to kitchen pieces

    I wanted to recommend a list of gadgets to make cooking easier and more enjoyable every day. But I realized that the things I reach for are the simplest, most ordinary things.

    spanish potatoes chickpeas

    spanish-style potatoes and chickpeas

    Heat, salt, fat, booze. Tapas is my spirit animal.

    maison premiere

    36 hours in new york with lulu

    My friend Lulu graciously hosted me in her West Village apartment recently. We crammed all of our fun together into a little over 36 hours that looked something like this…

    egg hoppers and sambols

    hoppers & egg hopppers

    A rice-flour pancake made special with the addition of eggs and a beautiful, covetable, lacy crust.


    how (not) to throw a dinner party

    Learn from my many mistakes.

  • elsewhere...

  • currently craving:

    tip: if you don't have a mixer, you can whip egg whites in a food processor. yep. our tired arms wish we knew that earlier.