Fall is here, and for me, that means soups and stews. This is a hearty stew from the Moosewood Restaurant Soups and Stews Deck. According to the recipe, the “three sisters” refers to a Native American myth by which three sisters are transformed into corn, beans, and squash to feed a tribe. I do love [...]
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I had the urge to bake cookies for the holiday party at work, but was afraid other staff members would feel the same way and then there would be a glut of cookies. Not that I think that’s a bad thing, mind you, but in the interest of providing a more balanced set of foods [...]
In the summertime, I like to make panzanella. When I saw that there were recipes for a winter version, I had to try it. This is a yummy combination of garlic-parmesan croutons, butternut squash, and Brussels sprouts, from Michael Chiarello. The recipe is here. Some changes: It took me twice as long to cook the [...]
We discussed lamb stew at the Amber Horizons-SL Halloween Party, in sufficient detail that I simply had to follow through. Was going food shopping anyway… — LAMB STEW 4 large leeks (the white parts, plus as much of the green as you dig) 3 tbsp butter + a few tsps of olive oil 1 lb [...]
Gridley rocks the house by sending in our first recipe to our new site! He is a good friend and neighbor, and a good cook to boot. I keep saying he and K should invite us over to dinner– and we’d be happy to reciprocate! Here’s his awesome chicken pot pie recipe that I begged [...]