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April, 2010 Posts

Crunchy Granola Bark

April 30th, 2010

Crunchy Granola Bark

It’s granola for your dog! Ha…ha. (That was the husband’s joke.) I am christening this “granola bark” because it is basically one big slab of granola that can and should be broken into jagged pieces because it’s difficult to actually cut into with a knife (although I must say I did a not-too-shabby job of [...]

Buttered-Plate Fudge

April 28th, 2010

Buttered-Plate Fudge

So remember when I made that Absurdly Easy Chocolate Fudge and I, um, went a little crazy, going off about a city of mini fudge people up in arms? And I vowed to make a more authentic fudge, the kind of fudge my mother remembers coming home from school to? Well, it only took me [...]

Wheat Berry Salad

April 26th, 2010

Wheat Berry Salad

Wow! Who knew wheat berries were so delicious? (Seriously, who among you knew and why were you keeping it from me? Fess up!) Well now that I’m in on the secret, you can bet your booty I’ll be stockin’ up on wheat berries and making this salad over and over again because it’s just perfect. Chewy, nutty wheat [...]

Ramps!

April 23rd, 2010

Ramps!

Ramp Risotto & Pickled Ramps So remember when I made mention of those wild leeks everyone goes crazy for in early spring? Well brace yourselves, people. I know it’s difficult, but try to reign in some of that enthusiasm because we don’t want anyone to get trampled now, do we? The ramps have arrived. (They actually [...]

Rosemary Braised Fennel

April 21st, 2010

Rosemary Braised Fennel

Sometimes this happens. I’ll be on the fence about posting a recipe, and then I’ll have the leftovers, and realize that oh, yes. People must be told of this. Now I am not a fan of fennel in its raw form (licorice, blech!), which is what drew me to this dish initially. Clotilde, creator of [...]

Baked Pasta with Radicchio and Mini Chicken Meatballs

April 19th, 2010

Baked Pasta with Radicchio and Mini Chicken Meatballs

This is a sophisticated baked pasta that still speaks to your inner child. Slivered radicchio, normally tough and slightly bitter, submits to a simmering sauce of butter, onions, and whole peeled tomatoes, which is then enriched with cream. Parbaked pasta is layered with the sauce, diced fresh mozzarella, and melt-in-your-mouth mini chicken meatballs that have been coated in flour [...]

Pan-Seared Tuna with Asian Coleslaw

April 15th, 2010

Pan-Seared Tuna with Asian Coleslaw

Why is tuna so often paired with Asian seasonings, more than any other fish? Probably the same reason that duck is so frequently paired with cherries. The flavors just work. It’s safe. It’s familiar. And that’s exactly how I felt when I tasted this tuna. It was just right. The marinade (rice wine vinegar, soy sauce, ginger, garlic, lime, sesame oil) didn’t [...]

Grape-nut and Raisin Ice Cream

April 14th, 2010

Grape-nut and Raisin Ice Cream

I know ya’ll were just chompin’ at the bit for another ice cream recipe! If you do not yet own an ice cream maker, you should really just buy one now. It will be the best-spent $59.95 (plus shipping & handling) of your life. Order now and receive a bonus freezer bowl! This offer is too good to pass [...]

Stir-Fried Baby Bok Choy with Garlic

April 12th, 2010

Stir-Fried Baby Bok Choy with Garlic

I normally steer clear of stir-fries. Anything that requires me to move quickly in the kitchen is automatically ruled out because, according to most people who know me, I am as slow-moving as a sloth. Or a snail. Or a slug. Your choice, I’ll accept comparison to any of these fine creatures any day. However, [...]

David Chang’s Ginger Scallion Noodles

April 10th, 2010

David Chang’s Ginger Scallion Noodles

Who is David Chang? David Chang is the much-lauded chef/owner of a smattering of restaurants here in New York, all named Momofuku something-or-other. Last fall, he published a highly anticipated cookbook that revealed a bunch of the recipes from his restaurants. I’ve never laid eyes on the cookbook, nor have I been to any of the [...]

Jam Crumb Cake

April 7th, 2010

Jam Crumb Cake

I remember very clearly the first time I made this cake. We had just moved to our new place in Brooklyn and I was sick and I was PISSED. Because I hate being sick (who doesn’t?), and it tends to happen to me when I move. I guess you could blame that old intangible enemy stress, [...]

Potato-Leek Soup

April 5th, 2010

Potato-Leek Soup

This soup is simplicity itself. Leeks, potatoes, water, salt, pepper, a smidgen of totally unnecessary butter (although it does make everything better), and an optional sprinkling of fresh herbs (which I opted out of). That’s IT. It’s recipes like these that make you really appreciate your raw materials and the incredible amount of flavor just one star [...]

Cheesy Crustless Spinach Quiche

April 3rd, 2010

Cheesy Crustless Spinach Quiche

As with the boeuf bourguignon and the braised short ribs, I made this quiche the night before I planned to eat it and holy mother, I really need to remember to take sleeping pills the next time I do that because the smell is so permeating and intoxicating, and the anticipation of eating so great, [...]

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