“Would you make marshmallows?” is the refrain, if my aunt dares to ask what she can bring to very special event.
‘Tis the season! Again! Suddenly. Parties to plan, menus to craft, dishes to bring. You’ll need these holiday menus for intimate dinners, full feasts, brunches and, of course, cookie trades.
It’s just like leaves drifted right down from the from the trees and settled onto your tart! If dead leaves tasted like crisped chard and oyster mushrooms.
Asian households almost always have cooked rice on hand. Sri Lankan households almost always have rice and dhal.
I have to tell you I’m not a big fruit and chocolate person. I like fruit + nuts, and nuts + chocolate but I don’t like dried fruit in my chocolate bars. However, this is different.
Once upon a time, I stumbled across a recipe for “eggplant bacon” and it was good.
This smells like those rare times when you were a kid and got that you were loved and you already finished your homework and those things happened on the same night.
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…
I wanted to bring you a list of my favourite kitchen tools of late, the gadgets I would actually recommend you buy to make cooking easier and more enjoyable every day. And then I realized that the things I’m reaching for right now are not gadgets at all, but the simplest, most ordinary things. These [...]
I’m pretty sure my mother served rapini to me more than once growing up, but I was never able to get past the bitterness and appreciate its unique flavour. Now I love the bitterness and flavour equally. When I first came around to it and started to buy and cook it for myself, I went [...]
Made from unopened coconut tree flowers, arrack is compared to whiskey or rum or something in between. I’ve used it in place of both to try it out and you should too.
The food, art, ruins, beaches, mountains, tea — and the people!
Ok, we’re about to nerd it up here: the science behind seasoning cast iron.