I vaguely remember my mom attempting to make this St. Patrick’s Day classic one time during my childhood. As I remember, it involved braising the corned beef by itself in beef broth in the slow cooker, all while every burner on the stove was taken up cooking each ingredient – carrots, potatoes, cabbage, onions – […]
Fall is one of my favorite times of year. Here’s to soups and stews and savory, soul-warming food.
The perfect “midnight” snack, it’s easy to see how this sandwich became a staple of the Havana late night scene – after an evening of drinking, dancing and music, this is guaranteed to hit the spot. Also, they’re pretty darn good just for dinner.
This is it. The real thing. Made according to the very specific instructions of the Genoese Pesto Societies.
Unlike the Basic Artisan Bread which is a no-knead version that takes 24 hours to rise, this version takes about 4 hours start to finish. Ingredients: 1. 16oz All-Purpose flour (about 3 cups), plus perhaps another 1/2 cup for work surface kneading 2. 2 teaspoons Kosher salt 3. 3/4 teaspoon active dry or instant yeast […]
This makes for a great appetizer or even a light dinner. Follow these tips to elevate your brushetta game from great to magnificent.
Pasta. Sage. Brown Butter. Parmesan. That’s it. This four ingredient pasta comes together in just a few minutes and is far greater than the sum of its parts.
This one-sheet wonder will have dinner on the table in no time. The key is to cook the salmon low and slow in a steamy oven so that it retains maximum flavor and silkiness.
This classic American-Italian Dish is comfort food at it’s best. Crank up the Pavarotti, uncork a bottle of wine, and prepare yourself for a meal that will challenge the best New York Italian hole-in-the-wall joint any day. Best part? Easy: 30 minutes start to finish.
Bright, piquant, light and refreshing; the perfect weeknight summer dinner. Serve with a roasted green vegetable and a glass of dry white wine and you’ve got yourself a real treat.