I’ve been experimenting with the design Rule of Threes in my cooking. In this dish the triad of warm earthy lentils, smoky-sweet nectarines, and cool creamy burrata is more than the sum of its parts. Each of the parts requires very little or no preparation. The vinaigrette acts like the jewelry that ties the whole ensemble together. Quick to pull off but ever so delicious, beautiful, and versatile, make this soon for a fancy-easy brunch, lunch, or dinner.
My mom and I live nearly 3,000 coast-to-coast miles apart, or roughly the same distance as it is from my home to Mexico City. It’s been nearly 16 months since I’ve seen her. If I were with her this week, I’d make mom these tasty Banana Coconutty Breakfast Cookies. I’d actually make a double-batch, and zippy-bag them up for her freezer so she’d have a month of homemade breakfast cookies after I left. Here are fourteen of the ways my mom is very special.
Welcome to the launch of 101-Mile Kitchen! Modern Pasta Primavera relies on early spring vegetables– artichokes, asparagus, leeks, peas, fava beans, and the first fennel shoots. This is a deconstructed version, mostly to showcase the visual beauty of the ingredients. It truly is one of the most delicious things I’ve ever eaten.