But if I can’t go, this is the next best thing.
“People who care about food are generous. Hunger is all of our issue. And chefs didn’t used to think about that. They’d just put their heads down and cook.”
How the sights, sounds, and smells of NYC—over the course of my daily 40-minute walk home from work—inspire dinnertime decisions.
Musings on the circuitous nature of trends… plus cooking tips, flavor pairings, and recipe suggestions.
Why I feel compelled for the first time to talk about this part of my identity.
The one experience that opened my eyes to the fish everyone loves to hate.
When grief entered my kitchen, people instinctually wanted to feed me. But I didn’t need food — I needed to cook.
How this humble peasant dish helped me feel at home in Paris.
The what, why, and how of urban composting when your apartment is tiny and your backyard, nonexistent.
An inconvenient blessing in disguise…