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Gluten-Free Kale Tart

November 15th, 2011

Gluten-Free Kale Tart

About a month ago we had dinner with our friends Ruthie and Forrest, and Ruthie made this kale tart. While we were eating it she totally talked it down, saying how it wasn’t as good as it normally was and she had to leave out the cranberries, etc., but I loved it. So much so [...]

Raw Kale and Brussels Sprout Salad

October 31st, 2011

Raw Kale and Brussels Sprout Salad

Bring this to Thanksgiving this year only if you want the majority of your family and friends to glower and sneer. It’s a slawlike salad of finely shredded kale and sliced brussels sprouts, topped with toasted walnuts and parmesan, and dressed in a mustard vinaigrette; Bon Appetit advertises that it will “cut through the richness [...]

Pumpkin Bread Puddings

October 26th, 2011

Pumpkin Bread Puddings

Plural puddings because these are baked in a muffin tin so as to be individually sized. But don’t kid yourself; you’ll have at least two in a sitting and yes, that is a threat. The two of us devoured two thirds of these before I fed the remaining third to the garbage can upon the [...]

Pumpkin Soup

October 10th, 2011

Pumpkin Soup

The first time I tried to carve a pumpkin, I was shocked by how difficult it was and ended up having to draw the face on with a Sharpie. All those Halloweens I’d watched my dad do it in the backyard, it had looked easy; he, and the job of carving those big pumpkins, suddenly [...]

Maple Pecan Pie

November 29th, 2010

Maple Pecan Pie

It’s been a whole week since my last post, and there’s really no excuse for it. Still, I’ll give you three. First and foremost, my recent, too-brief state of funemployment has come to a jolting end, and I am now working what feels like an exorbitant amount of hours at a physically exhausting job that [...]

Jim’s Stuffing

November 22nd, 2010

Jim’s Stuffing

My sister-in-law’s father’s stuffing. We loved it so much when we had it for the first time a few years ago that I had to get the recipe. It’s vegetarian, which for whatever reason makes me really happy. On holidays and big gatherings where lots of food is involved, I always find myself thinking of [...]

Martha’s Mac and Cheese

November 21st, 2010

Martha’s Mac and Cheese

Behold. The mac and cheese that has ruined mac and cheese for me, that has turned me into such a huge mac and cheese snob that I’ve found I have to feign enthusiasm at restaurants when people suggest ordering a couple sides of it for the table. I just know I’ll be disappointed. Bacon it [...]

Roasted Butternut Squash with Sage-Hazelnut Goat Cheese

November 20th, 2010

Roasted Butternut Squash with Sage-Hazelnut Goat Cheese

This was so super delicious and pretty. Spicy, savory, sweet, nutty, herby, creamy, and seasonally appropriate. Basically perfect. Except for one thing. It’s so troublesome, I can’t put it out of my mind: the sage-hazelnut goat cheese looks like crumbled blue cheese. If you were approaching this dish at a buffet table, for instance, you’d [...]

Brussels Sprout Hash

November 16th, 2010

Brussels Sprout Hash

I have to get something off my chest. I’d already been feeling guilty that I hadn’t posted a main course in a while because I know sometimes people are just like, gimme something to make for dinner tonight, and yo, where’s the beef? And then I was looking over my ridiculously long queue (I say [...]

Huguenot Torte

November 8th, 2010

Huguenot Torte

I fell in love with this dessert when I made it for the first time last fall because it is so frickin’ weird. It’s like nothing you’ve ever tasted before. The top is like a crusty meringue but better because whole eggs are used, not just the whites. Underneath the crackly top is a sweet, [...]

Pumpkin Spice Cake with Maple Cream Cheese Frosting

October 31st, 2010

Pumpkin Spice Cake with Maple Cream Cheese Frosting

I had this brief moment of panic yesterday when I realized I hadn’t made anything special for Halloween. I considered ditching my friend’s party last night, sending the husband out by himself to deliver the message that I needed to stay home to make homemade versions of candy bars, like Twix or Whatchamacallits, so I [...]

Pumpkin Chocolate Chip Cookies

October 24th, 2010

Pumpkin Chocolate Chip Cookies

In the process of deciding whether or not I liked these cookies, I ate about 30 of them. I asked the husband for help: “What do you think of the cookies?” “They’re good.” “Are they pumpkiny?” “Yeah.” I eventually decided I liked them, the main reason being that they got better as time went on, [...]

Swiss Chard with Raisins and Almonds

October 20th, 2010

Swiss Chard with Raisins and Almonds

I’m particularly fond of any recipe with dried fruit and nuts (wonder why?), and this is one I’ve made multiple times. The husband finds the greens a bit bitter, which they are. But he seems particularly sensitive to bitterness whereas I handle it pretty well. Like it, even.

Warm Butternut Squash and Chickpea Salad

October 16th, 2010

Warm Butternut Squash and Chickpea Salad

This is, to me, what cheesesteak pie is to the husband. It’s the best thing ever. Since I made it, I’ve been thinking about it nonstop. I want to eat it for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. In fact, I’m eating it right now. I think I may have to go out and buy another butternut squash [...]

Simple, Perfectly Cooked Brussels Sprouts

February 10th, 2010

Simple, Perfectly Cooked Brussels Sprouts

No bells and whistles here, just your path to simple, perfectly cooked Brussels sprouts. The trick here is in the preliminary blanching, which can be done up to 24 hours in advance of the final cooking. Next, the sprouts are heated in butter on the stovetop until sizzling, placed in the oven and baked, and [...]

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