I’m moving in three weeks. Ack. My kitchen is definitely not ready for this. For a few months, I’ll be sharing a two-person flat with two other people before moving into more spacious… Read More
Any excuse for a dinner party with friends is a good one, and Easter is a particularly great reason to share in a long, luxurious meal with friends or family.
St. Patrick’s Day may be gone for this year, but this bread is good year-round. It’s a bit sweet, chewy and stouty.
This easy vegetable miso is my vegetarian (and vegan!) answer to chicken soup. It’s noodle-free and packed with all the goodness of miso and fresh vegetables.
This chicken soup may not be as easy as one out of a can, but it’s certainly tastier, heartier and the best company on a sick day.
Herbed crepes with creme fraiche and salmon are a great make-ahead starter… but make sure to save a few for yourself, because they’ll be gone in a flash!
A photo round-up of what I cooked last week, from dairy-free hollandaise sauce to steak, plus a homemade pizza!
Panade is a rustic dish that’s a great way to use cabinet staples and stale bread. This version is more of a stew than a bread pudding, and it’s super filling and comforting.
Happy 2013! Start the year off with a new technique. Learn the quickest and easiest way to chop an onion and you can get cooking even faster.
Roasted trout with herbes de provence is a simple way to serve a nice (and usually affordable) piece of fish.
This one-skillet meal takes a bit of prep work, but the results are hearty and autumnal. This is a great way to showcase the sweetness and softness of butternut squash without overpowering any other elements.