Baked eggs with sourdough garlic-herb croutons, crimini mushrooms and heirloom carrots Click here to view a high-resolution version of this picture.
Farfalle with roasted broccoli, onion confit and anchovy Click here to view a large-size version of this picture.
Also known as garbanzo beans, chickpeas are a roundish, beige to light green member of the legume family grown primarily in part of West Asia, India, and in the Mediterranean. […]
Pasta with chicken livers and sweet peppers Click here to view a large-size version of this picture. 1 yellow sweet bell pepper or 2 small frying peppers, halved lengthwise kosher […]
Scrambled eggs, with crème fraiche, lobster and lobster roe Click here and here to view high-resolution versions of these pictures. This was made using the double boiler method (which I […]
The inspiration for tonight’s dinner comes from Landmarc, a restaurant located in the TriBeCa district of Manhattan that features contemporary French bistro cuisine with Italian influences. Opened in 2004, Landmarc […]
A tian is a type of gratin that traditionally does not have a bread crumb or cheese topping. A tian can also refer to a shallow earthenware casserole. Originally from […]
This is a simple preparation that’s delightful, as either an […]
September in New York is my favorite time of the year, food-wise, because of all the wonderful produce that’s available at the market. Ripe tomatoes, fragrant peppers, luscious eggplant and […]
Ricotta cheese omelette, with fried LaRatte potatoes and heirloom tomatoes Click here to view a high-resolution version of this picture.
Don’t laugh. Your natural reaction might be “why would you pair starch with starch???”. That’s expected. But what if I told you that this dish is a variation of a […]
If you’ve never had slow-roasted tomatoes, you’ve been missing out. It’s one of summer’s greatest pleasures, alongside homemade ice cream, hamburgers on the grill or ice-cold watermelon. It is, understandably, […]
Okra is an annual flowering plant in the mallow family. It is valued for its edible green seed pods. Originating in Africa, the plant is cultivated in tropical, subtropical and […]
In Spain, gambas al ajillo is a popular tapas offering, one that you almost never hear about Stateside. After all, it’s just garlic, shrimp, parsley and olive oil. It’s so […]
Freshly picked beans, warm from the sun. What could be better? Here, green beans and potatoes are gently fried in spice-infused ghee (clarified butter). Shredded coconut and lemon juice are […]