Category Soups and Stews
This version of curry hails from Northern Thailand and is all at once warming, comforting and deeply flavorful.
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 – […]
This post invites you to experiment – it is a blueprint and a technique, not a rigid recipe that must be followed. Use whatever ingredients you have on hand, or whatever you like.
Yankee Cooking At Its Best This New England Classic is easy to make, but does require a long braise. The active cooking time is probably an hour or less. It is even better the second day.
This hearty beef chili follows the same method as most other soups and stews and can be done in the oven in 4 hours or in a slow cooker over 4-8 hours. It is an updated version with a little less heat (the previous version had a whole can of chilis in Adobo!) and a […]
This recipe is a riff on classic tomato soup, but the addition of fresh basil and roasted red-peppers bring it a superior depth and a fresh, vegetal brightness that truly elevates this dish to the next level. Serve with grilled cheese, in a bread bowl, with a rustic hunk of French bread, with soup crackers […]
Another beautiful rustic French classic, the method for this dish bears a resemblance to Traditional Coq Au Vin. When I made this for the first time, I followed Julia Child’s recipe to the letter, and I remember thinking about halfway through the process “This woman was insane.” Now that I’ve made it a few times, I […]
I’ve been trying to make one vegan/vegetarian dish each week to cut down a bit on my meat consumption. The secret ingredient to this dish is homemade cashew cream which, in the finished product, you wouldn’t know isn’t dairy. You could make this recipe using heavy cream rather than the cashew cream for a vegetarian […]
Ah, fall. Labor Day festivities over, it’s finally time to embrace the fact that summer has finally drawn to a close. Now is the time to embrace leaves turning color, a crispness to the air, a change in the light. Fall is a time for flannel shirts, cooler days – and of course soup. Of […]
This delicious Thai dish is full of fresh, bright flavors and is the perfect balance between spicy, sweet and savory. It also comes together in about 30 minutes, making it the perfect dish for a busy weeknight or some time when you don’t want takeout but aren’t wanting to spend a ton of time in […]