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A Winter Greenmarket Dinner

A while ago, I said that one of my New Year’s resolutions was to foodblog more often. It’s a little more complicated than that, so let me try to explain. […]

Italian Potato Salad

Even though the City had been under a winter storm watch for most of Friday evening and early Saturday morning, the Greenmarket had a surprisingly strong complement of farmstands when […]

Spinach, Eggs and Potatoes

Arugula and Bordeaux spinach salad, with fried farm egg and homemade salt-and-vinegar potato chips Bordeaux spinach is an heirloom variety of spinach that’s sweeter and more tender than regular spinach. […]

“Bacon and Eggs”

In the dead of winter, sometimes you need to be a little creative, particularly when there’s a dearth of greenery. It’s these kinds of moments where you have a limited […]

Cabbage, with Onion and Pancetta

Cabbage is an overlooked vegetable that has a world of potential beyond the typical sauerkraut and coleslaw that most people tend to associate with it. It marries well with pork […]

Tuesday Snapshot

When I say that this food blog is partly about the beauty of food, I mean that sometimes all you need is a picture that tells a tale in a […]

Penne Arrabbiata

Penne arrabbiata I often talk about the advantages of keeping a mostly Mediterranean-style pantry. One of them is being able to make dinner in about 15 to 20 minutes, including […]

Arroz Caldo

I love Asian chicken and rice dishes, from congee, to Hainanese chicken rice, to bái qie ji. You can imagine my delight when I came across this recipe for arroz […]

Sunday Snapshots

One of my New Year’s resolutions is to foodblog more often. I think you’ll agree that I’m off to a nice start. Sautéed fennel and cauliflower This is a delicious […]