Some evenings are just not made for fussing over dinner. After a long work day; kids’ sports-music-dance-chess club-art-study group activities; community meetings; and who knows what, all cooks need some go-to quick, hot, hearty, tasty things we can make with our eyes closed.
This recipe got me through the flurry of raising my then-tween and teen-agers, and still is a completely comforting and serviceable years later. Over the years I’ve done a lot of “Making It My Own” improv riffing on this one, and it’s always forgiving and welcome.
Passover, Easter, Earth Day, Mother’s Day– Whether your spring celebrations are about freedom from bondage, the resurrection of a savior, or your motherly origins– Mother Earth or your earthy mom– you need a good feast. If you’re tired of the same old scalloped or kugeled potatoes, 24-Karat Carrot Risotto a luxurious and celebratory substitute worthy of becoming a tradition.
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.
After a year of being trapped in our homes, they may be losing some of their charm. Humans are built for novelty, and here are five no-an-low cost ways to inject some into our home spaces right now. Hint: One of the ways is to learn a new culinary skill, like mastering the perfect sous vide steak-frite!