Anything boasting “instant dinner party” catches attention because it must mean that it’s even easier and special for family meals. Braised pork ragu over tagliatelle is a hearty meal ideal for cozy eves, yet proves to be a welcome feast for weary weeknights after long work and school days. It [...]
Posts Tagged ‘onions’
What do ziploc bags, Adam Carolla podcasts, and pickled onions have in common? Three topics I yarn about to the dismay of all involved. I challenge you to make a better sandwich than one with threads of perfectly brined red onion. And then there’s the tartine or in my book [...]
Together. The inaugural theme.
Richard Blanco’s brilliant words. The awe-inspiring Brooklyn Tabernacle Choir. President Obama’s message. Purple gloves majesty joining amber waves of bangs. Did you ever notice that about two weeks after bangs are cut in, they’re always brushed to the side awaiting the grow-out?
I must add Doris Kearns Goodwin and [...]
I’m in a manly house now that my daughter has ventured off to college. Competitions over who can make that shot, replays of Geico commercials, exploding fist bumps, Peter Griffin impressions. What better way to get into all things guy than with some balls?
Everything about these meatballs is surprising.
If you’re tired of the prevailing method for shrimp perfection, Michael Ruhlman’s mouth-watering preparation is impossible to pass up and impossible to ruin. In the Butter chapter – and he had me at butter chapter – from his James Beard Award winning cookbook, Twenty, Ruhlman dissects twenty cooking techniques and foods from Water to [...]