Posts by Sally:
This cake is robust, like a bear hug. We actually need it to get through the next eight weeks. It’s baking as I write and the house smells like a holiday, like a gingerbread house. I found this recipe in the New York Times last week and decided that it would be this year’s ginger-something […]
This is a shallot strutting its stuff, like onion rings, but tiny. They sit courteously on top of almost anything and make it even better than it already was. They’re winter’s parsley and perhaps a little more comforting in their crispy-golden-fried countenance. How cool, I thought, to make crispy shallots and add some crunchy appeal […]
Our Mixed Greens calendars are ready, featuring beautiful photographs of food and seasons, with a recipe on the back of each month. Take a look, buy one or ten. Keep track of the year and eat well. Season’s Eatings to all.
Poppy and I seem to be smitten with squash these days. So be it. It’s in harmony with blazing fall colors, with cool weather, and it is truly luscious in texture and taste. This can be a soup or a purée for the Thanksgiving table. You could say the recipe is ‘forgiving’, or you could say […]
Company dinner the other night and I got to thinking that, along with a hug, a guest’s next best welcome might be the delicious aromas of whatever’s cooking, and knowing that it’s especially for them. Buttermilk-marinated chicken roasting in the oven alongside a pan of carrots with garlic, cumin and orange. Roasted peppers, cooked earlier, […]
I love tomatoes. I wish I could eat them three times a day, 365 days a year. Thankfully, I cannot – there ‘s usually a price to pay for such indulgence. And it’s more than that. As the northern hemisphere moves into dark tomato-less months, eating fresh tomatoes becomes a dilemma. This is a Mixed […]