I meant to post this recipe before Passover. Clearly, I didn’t.
As soon as the boxes of Yehuda Matzos show up on the shelves in March, I stock up. Matzo makes a great pantry stable, I think it goes with everything: peanut butter, jam, hummus, and salsa. Have you ever heard of baking matzo in [...]
Working at an Italian restaurant during high school left some impressions on me.
I learned how to make a mean pizza, deal with hungry, angry customers, and cherish the arrival of hot, buttered rolls. Once in awhile, I crave some of their menu items: pizza with lemon-pepper cream sauce, chicken bruschetta, [...]
When it seems like I have nothing to make for dinner, I can at least count on having the ingredients for this tuna & pasta dish.
I learned the recipe in college from one of my friends. She said it is an Ethiopian recipe, but as I’ve prepared it over the years, I’m sure it [...]
You may not know that I have past experience working as a pizza cook. Back in high school, I worked at Bertucci’s as carry-out staff, a hostess, and eventually moved to back-of-house.
I was in charge of portioning out baggies of cheese, frozen chicken, and scallops in the morning. When customers [...]
Most of the time, I prefer a wholesome warm meal served on a plate at dinner time. I’m usually the person to cook said meal, but I wasn’t feeling it today. J offered to make noodle soup, but that didn’t sound appealing either. All I desired was hummus and lots of it.
The trees are swaying to and fro but largely staying put. There is a larger possibility for a squirrel to break through my kitchen window than a tree limb. We haven’t lost power either, so all engines are go in the kitchen.
I was set [...]
As a Top Chef and fine dining enthusiast, it is a thrill to eat at one of the competitor’s restaurants, especially when it is owned by Eric Ripert!
Jennifer Carroll is the badass chef from Season 6 who took no prisoners when fighting her way to the top. Unfortunately, she didn’t [...]
Football season is around the corner, so let’s start dreaming of our favorite game time snacks!
Buffalo wings, potato skins, french fries, and french onion dip come to mind. I made a giant batch of chili nachos for the Patriots pre-season game earlier this week. When football is on, it’s okay to eat [...]
Most week night meals from my kitchen don’t wind up on the blog because they are lame. The interesting, successful dishes are the only ones worth remembering (and some poignant fails for good measure). I’ve made stuffed bell peppers a dozen times at home, but you wouldn’t know because they came and went without a [...]
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