Equipped with a blender, a pot, 2-3 sauté pans, an ice bath and a watch to time the speed at which you whip up this five-ingredient recipe, you’ll get a meal that presents as restaurant fare without all the fuss and expense. If scallops aren’t your thing, roasted shrimp or sautéed … Read More
I could have just named this ‘hearty main course salad’, but then I would be neglecting vowels that quinoa and aioli provide. Options abound with this full meal salad. You can eliminate ingredients you don’t have or those you don’t like, but figs and quinoa are a must and I … Read More
The more I cook, the more I anticipate Spring. Root vegetables have their charm, in a gut-extending way, but by March, I’m in desperate need of above-ground produce.
We know in the crunchiest of times, one can head to just about any large grocer these days and make our own salad. … Read More
While waiting at the car wash, I bought a few cookbooks. It only makes sense that the neighborhood car wash sells coffee table books about midcentury architecture and lemongrass mood candles along with Little Trees car fresheners, f-bomb birthday cards, and Mallo cups. One car wash in town even … Read More
Fish, so often, is one of those foods you save for restaurant meals. Home kitchen avoidance begins with doubt that we can really prepare this seemingly delicate protein with any skill. And its limited refrigerator shelf life and cooking odors don’t help either. Here’s where Adam Rappaport, editor of Bon … Read More