Monthly Archives: March 2011

The best of what I’ve read from the food sections…enjoy! (Andrew Scrivani/The New York Times) Braising is my favorite method of cooking.  Slow and low heat transforms tough (and cheap!) cuts of meat into that melt-in-your mouth texture that screams … Continue reading

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What I’m Reading Today

Good and good for you.  Here’s what’s cooking in today’s food sections. (Richard Perry/The New York Times) Jonathan Waxman is a pioneer of sorts.  With culinary roots in the Bay Area (Chez Panisse) and Santa Monica, Waxman ventured east in … Continue reading

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What I’m Reading Today

Some stick to your ribs dishes from today’s food sections.  Enjoy. (Andrew Scrivani/The New York Times) I love leeks.  I think the spring vegetable is under-rated.  This tame sister of the onion family gets delicately sweet when cooked and pairs … Continue reading

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One Family, One Meal

I’ve had a crazy sweet tooth lately.  I’m blaming it on our drizzly, gray weather…it’s like a magnet pulling me into my kitchen and begging me to bake. It started with this Cinnamon Pull Apart Bread from Joy the Baker…unreal: … Continue reading

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What I’m Reading Today

Healthy chicken and homemade Pop Tarts…it’s a good day in the world of food writing!  Enjoy. (Andrew Scrivani/The New York Times) Melissa Clark does it again with her Sake Steamed Chicken with Ginger and Scallions in today’s NY Times.  Succulent … Continue reading

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What I’m Reading Today

Believe it or not, spring is starting to show it’s face already.  March is here and it’s still raining (or snowing) but, head to the market and signs of the seasons changing are definitely evident.  Here’s to sunny skies and … Continue reading

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