A versatile condiment with endless possibilities
An easy tropical salad that you’ll crave all summer long
How to steam and serve (and eat!) fresh artichokes
Avocado, bell pepper, sweet corn… and the best vinaigrette you’ve ever had
Celeriac (also called celery root or knob celery) might be one of the ugliest-looking veggies you’ll ever lay your eyes on. A plant species in the family of common celery, celeriac is grown for its bulb rather than its stems, which are stringy and unpalatable.
Every November, a box of Fuyu persimmons arrives at my doorstep. They come all the way from California, lovingly gathered from a friend’s garden by my father and then individually wrapped before being shipped to me.
In 2009, I had the great pleasure of meeting Jaden Hair at her book signing in New York City. Jaden is a fantastic cook, and the talented author of the popular blog Steamy Kitchen. With her huge smile and endearing personality, Jaden never fails to light up the room.
Whenever we think of Asian ingredients like bok choy, we tend to think of Asian recipes. But I was actually interested in something quite different. I had two goals in mind – to create a completely original main course with bok choy, and to see what would happen if I […]
I created this vinaigrette to drizzle on these grilled vegetable napoleons. But once I tasted it, I knew it deserved its own spot on this blog. Not only is it fabulous with anything grilled, it turns out to be a great salad dressing too, especially with summer vegetables.
It’s always a delight to write a feature and create recipes for Rockland Magazine. And this issue is all about one of my favorite foods: Salads!
Here’s a delicious twist on the classic Provençal dish: Niçoise salad. Viviane Bauquet Farre serves it with grilled vegetables and a basil vinaigrette – A perfect recipe for hot summer days!
This sugar snap peas and pea microgreens salad is served with an exotic ginger-curry vinaigrette — an easy recipe and a delicious way to eat your greens!