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Weekend cooking/ weeknight eating

Friday, May 30th, 2014

As you might have guessed from my Tuesday Dinner series, I’m fascinated by what people cook during the week—not fancy food, but the fast, ordinary meals prepared after a tiring day of work. Ever since the baby arrived, I’ve developed a new strategy. Instead of grocery shopping one meal at a time (I now think of those days and […]

Tuesday dinner with Ava Chin (+ giveaway!)

Tuesday, May 13th, 2014

Try as I might to change my ways, I’m a city girl through and through: brisk walker, fast talker, insect hater. But last week I read my friend Ava Chin’s new memoir, Eating Wildly, and found myself reconsidering the concrete landscape. As an urban forager—and author of a New York Times blog of the same name—Ava visits […]

Tuesday dinner with My Kugelhopf

Tuesday, March 25th, 2014

Can we talk about fish? Fish intimidates me. My cooking history is riddled with fish mishaps. There was the time I cooked some salmon filets in a hot pan, resulting in a stove spattered with indelible drops of oil and a kitchen that reeked for days. There was the time I stashed a whole dorade […]

Tuesday dinner with French Basketeer

Tuesday, February 18th, 2014

Roast chicken equals love. So, if you’re Andrea Drexulius, aka the French Basketeer, you cook a plump bird on Sunday and share it with your family and friends. And then you feast on the leftovers all week! Andrea is a life-long Francophile and owner of French Basketeer, an online store that sells baskets imported from […]

Tuesday dinner with Jill Colonna

Tuesday, December 10th, 2013

I think of puff pastry as a festive food. But puff pastry with caramelized onions and goat cheese, flipped upside à la tarte tatin? Hello, Christmas! I’m excited the holidays are here again so I can revel in this luxurious savory tart, a recipe from Jill Colonna, author of the cookbook, Mad About Macarons: Make Macarons […]

Tuesday dinner with Patricia Wells

Tuesday, October 22nd, 2013

As a new parent, dinners have become rather rough and ready in our house — most nights, even defrosting spaghetti sauce feels like a lot of effort. But soup is always soothing — especially as the days grow shorter — so when I discovered Patricia Wells‘s super fast zucchini and fresh basil velouté, I raced […]

Tuesday dinner with The Wednesday Chef

Tuesday, September 3rd, 2013

Broccoli doesn’t sound like a very delicious dinner, but once you try this genius high-heat, scorching method to cook the stuff, you’ll never doubt broccoli again. I’m so delighted to share today’s ultra-simple, fast and delicious recipe from Luisa Weiss, author of the beautiful food memoir, My Berlin Kitchen, and blogger at The Wednesday Chef. […]

Tuesday dinner with John Baxter

Tuesday, August 6th, 2013

It’s officially the hottest time of the year. The good news is, the markets are bursting with produce, which means you scarcely have to turn on the stove. Yes, raw tomatoes are a meal (at least in my book), especially when they’re mixed with basil and garlic, heaped onto country bread, and drizzled with lashings […]

Tuesday dinner with Lost in Arles

Tuesday, July 16th, 2013

In the dog days of summer (and we’re officially in the dog days, right?) all I want is to escape my stuffy apartment and picnic outside (even if sitting on the ground makes my butt hurt). I’m so happy I’ve discovered this piquant, vegetable-filled Provençal tart from Heather of the beautiful blog, Lost in Arles. It […]

Tuesday dinner with Hilary Reyl

Tuesday, June 11th, 2013

Soufflés have a risqué reputation, but if you’re a dab hand at separating eggs and whipping up whites, you can have one on the table in half an hour or less. Today’s recipe for cheese soufflé comes from Hilary Reyl, a fellow Francophile and the author of a debut novel, Lessons in French. If you […]

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