After about 3 weeks of kitchen hiatus, it feels so good to be back to cooking again. I busted out my grill pan — which had been languishing in the back of my cabinets for years. Really years. Why haven’t I used it? I don’t… Read More
Most brilliant diagram ever!
From the archives! As I am currently a little out-of-commission, I decided to revisit some meals that I have made in the recent past, but haven’t blogged about yet. This soup is one of them. A few months ago, I got some Irish bacon in… Read More
Ingredients: 1 accident-prone girl 1 souvenir folding knife from Sardinia 1 stubborn recyclable cardboard box 1 very nice and very worried taxi driver 1 Friday night ER visit 1 attending physician 1 hand-trauma surgeon Gauze What happened? 1. Following a most excellent Jens Lekman show… Read More
Yet another recipe adapted from Heidi Swanson’s Super Natural Every Day. This dish is a marvelous mixture of flavors and textures. It also shows off some of the first of Fall’s bounty: the gorgeous Delicata squash. Oblong and streaked with golden yellow, forest green, and… Read More
Dear Steve, I never thought that I would feel so sad at the loss of someone whom I never met. However, I realized this morning that I had met you; I interact with you intimately every single day. I know you through your design, your… Read More
Fall is my favorite time of year. I love the crisp air, and harvest time, and hayrides, and watching the leaves turn colors. I love squash, and apples, and spice, and all those nice things that we start eating when the weather begins to get… Read More