There’s a reason you’ve been making the same couple of cake recipes forever— if you’ve found one that’s reliable and delicious, why mess with a good thing? Take this mellow, sweet plum torte sprinkled with cinnamon, which has been published year after year by the New York Times and eventually …Read More »
Morning Sunshine Treat yourself to a farm-fresh breakfast (or brunch) the day after thanksgiving—or any day.
If, like me, you sometimes just want to forget all about November’s “big frantic holiday” in favor of sleeping in, slowing down and cooking something a little more, well, manageable, then you’ll love what I’ve put together for you this month. Ditch the Thanksgiving dinner (make reservations instead) and prepare …Read More »
Cooking for yourself doesn’t have to be a sad affair, filled with Lean Cuisines, instant ramen or whatever you can scrounge from the depths of the fridge. Eating is one of life’s great pleasures, and just because you’re single or home alone for the night, there’s no reason why you …Read More »
Serves 4-6 41⁄2- 5 pound wild boar shoulder (available from online sellers including D’Artagnan) Salt and fresh ground black pepper Olive oil 4 shallots, minced 5 cloves garlic, minced 4 cups veal stock 2 cups ruby port 1⁄3 cup berry preserves 2 stalks rosemary Generously salt and pepper the boar; …Read More »