Pasta with cow’s milk ricotta cheese, plum tomato, extra-virgin olive oil and mint There’s a luscious creaminess that only fresh ricotta cheese can provide. Sweet, ripe tomato, chopped mint and […]
This is an adaptation of a recipe on Smitten Kitchen. […]
Braised lettuce is a French classic that doesn’t seem to […]
Don’t be scared off by the sound of this recipe. […]
I think vegetables have an inherent beauty that most people usually don’t see, because it’s not something that they’re attuned to. Hopefully when you look at some of these pictures, […]
This is an old picture, taken a little over 6 weeks ago. It was one of my favorites meals — to eat and to shoot. So many people underestimate the […]
Just something I threw together on the spur of a moment. Pasta with sardines, fava beans and tomato Click here to view a large-size version of this picture.
This is a non-traditional version of white clam sauce that […]
Fava bean and Jersey tomato ragoût Click here to view a high-resolution version of this picture.
Baked rainbow trout, with quick pickled cucumbers; celery braised in […]
Sometimes meatless is the way to go. Indian vegetable plate Top — Red-bliss potatoes, fried in clarified butter with black mustard seeds, cumin and dried curry leaves Bottom — Dry-fried […]
The beauty of this lovely bowl of pasta is that […]
Sucrine is my favorite heirloom lettuce. Rooted in the French word for “sugar,” sucrine is a smaller variety of romaine with soft, silky leaves, buttery texture, and, as the name […]
Bacon, sucrine lettuce and slow-roasted Campari cherry tomato sandwich, with Dijon-herb aioli on toasted sourdough bread Click here to view a high-resolution version of this picture. This is an adaptation […]
I adore ricotta gnocchi, moreso than potato gnocchi. It has […]
Lamb’s quarters, also better known as pigweed, is a lovely spring green that when cooked has a flavor reminiscent of spinach. For tonight’s appetizer course, it’s paired with chopped Campari […]