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Rutabaga, Celery, Dill, & Smoked Chicken Soup

Sun, 17 Mar 2013 03:04:28 +0000

Spring may be on its way, but it’s not here yet. It was snowing in Brooklyn today! Plenty of time left to hunker down with winter vegetable based soups while shivering our way through March. (I’m on this big kick now where I make a pot of soup every weekend to eat for breakfast for […]

Matcha Whoopie Pies with Sakura Buttercream Filling

Sun, 10 Mar 2013 02:31:11 +0000

We went to Fletcher’s Brooklyn BBQ for my mother’s birthday last month, where the owner helped us celebrate by plying us with meat, whoopie pies, and shots of some sort of moonshine that made my mother scrunch her eyes shut after every sip. “Whoopie!” we declared in lieu of the usual cheers. Happy birthday, Mom! […]

Chicken with Oyster Mushrooms, Portobellos, & Napa Cabbage

Thu, 07 Feb 2013 03:45:40 +0000

I got the new Fuchsia Dunlop cookbook! Oh, come on, you know you’re jealous. It’s as delightful as the last few, but with more non-spicy recipes and simple home cooking. My celebrity crush on her remains undiminished. As usual, even when testing a recipe from a new cookbook I couldn’t leave well enough alone. We […]

Mushroom Chicken Pie

Thu, 10 Jan 2013 04:02:10 +0000

I hate mushrooms. The flavor is fine, but the texture grosses me out. Wait, no, I only like expensive mushrooms. They have a different and much nicer texture. Morels, chanterelles, yum! Wait, no, I also like mushrooms that have been finely chopped and sautéed with onions and/or shallots. That fixes up the texture, too. Point […]

Pistachio Wasabi Beets

Mon, 07 Jan 2013 05:29:33 +0000

This is another Dave invention, but of course. It’s sweet and spicy and we’ve made it a bunch of times over the past year, so it’s way past time for me to share it with you! The spicy awesomeness of these beets comes from wasabi oil, which you can find locally if you live in […]

Sichuan Chili Oil, and variety of cold-chicken-based lunches

Wed, 12 Dec 2012 15:30:36 +0000

I was a major chicken salad kick this past summer, sort of. I mean, I hate mayonnaise, so my definition of chicken salad is more ‘shredded cold chicken with a bunch of really flavorful stuff mixed in’. But that works great for me! Basically, I cook some chicken breasts on the bone, let them cool, […]

Lemony Pea and Radish Salad with Mint

Mon, 10 Dec 2012 02:46:10 +0000

Hi again! Sorry I’ve been missing for so long. I’ve had an extraordinary year, and mostly I just haven’t had a great setup for taking photos of all the wonderful food I’ve been cooking. A friend scolded me and then mailed me a light box, with the condition that I use it to start posting […]

The Fort Greene

Fri, 13 Apr 2012 02:29:33 +0000

Dave invented a cocktail. I remain not much of a drinker, but I like green drinks, so he concocted this one for me. Hooray! It tastes like being alive, and like chill breezes on perfect warm days, and like the first day of spring when it’s warm enough to spread your toes in the grass. […]

East African Sweet Pea Soup

Tue, 27 Dec 2011 04:00:14 +0000

East African Sweet Pea Soup (adapted from Sundays at Moosewood Restaurant: Ethnic and Regional Recipes from the Cooks at the Legendary Restaurant by the Moosewood Collective) Hurry, hurry, you have to make this soup! I took a Hipstamatic photo just so I could post it for you all the sooner! I adapted this from one […]

Lazy, Rustic, Haphazard, and Amazing Sour Cherry Pies

Fri, 24 Jun 2011 14:22:18 +0000

I’ve gotten seriously lazy with my sour cherry pies. I make at least half a dozen every year, or my father sulks. It’s just one of those things. The tree is ready in mid-June, so everyone gathers together to pick, pit, barbecue, and eat. I’ve learned to make the crust dough in advance at home […]