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April 6th, 2015

Matzo Brei

My weekend was filled with long walks, frigid wind, taking my trike out for the inaugural ride of 2015(!), eating far too many Cadbury mini eggs, and matzo brei. A typical Easter/Passover weekend. My mom converted to Judaism when she married my dad, so growing up, we had a fairly normal, suburban, Jewish home, filled […]

September 1st, 2014

Food Writing Course!

I know that it’s short notice, but I’ll be teaching a weekly food writing course, starting this Wednesday evening! The class is at Gateway Community College here in New Haven, and is open to students and non-students the like. We’ll be reading all the biggies– MFK Fisher, Elizabeth David, James Beard– to name a few, […]

May 14th, 2014

Ramp Pesto

My husband and I have a tradition. Each year, when the weather finally gets warm, the ground begins to thaw, and little streams erupt, letting water trickle over the rocky landscape– we go foraging for ramps. We will go for a hike, and from past experience, we know where they hide. The first one we […]

December 2nd, 2013

Cashews with Indian Spices

Did everyone have a nice Thanksgiving? Lots of turkey? Made a dent in the leftovers yet? That’s good. At my Thanksgiving, I had these nuts. Of course the usual suspects were eaten at the feast as well. But these cashews were a favorite part of hors d’oeuvres hour. (Which of course happened at 3:30 PM, […]

June 3rd, 2013

Caesar Dressing

Where did spring go? In New England we seemed to jump right into summer. I’ve been doing all of my baking for the bread book in the mornings, before the heat and the humidity really set in. And after a morning covered in dough, with flour crusted along my hair line from pushing errant locks […]

June 4th, 2012

Oh no, she didn’t!

Oh yes, I did! Homemade Sriracha-lime mayonnaise, spicy, citrusy, and smooth. I may just be a mayo convert!

May 24th, 2012

Summer Cookbooks 2012

Each season NPR.org selects its best cookbooks. And guess what? United States of Pie was chosen! To read the article, and to see the other cookbooks selected, go here.

April 12th, 2012

Media Meltdown

Do I like bacon? Yes. Do I LOVE bacon? Not really. Do I find it physically painful for throw away food? Absolutely. Do I love a new cookbook? You betcha. What about magazines? Sure thing. When needed, do I take Metro-North Railroad? On occasion. Do I then complain about my bum falling asleep due to […]

March 16th, 2012

Mayo?

Here’s a post that I never thought that I would write. Mayonnaise. The name alone used to send shivers up my spine, and now? Now the shivers stop at my waist. Several years ago, I decided that I had had enough of my food taboos. I had never been an overly picky eater, but there […]

December 15th, 2011

Noodles not Pasta

I recently taught an autumn pie class, and at the end of the course one of my students gave me a vintage Pennsylvania Dutch cookbook she had picked up at an estate sale. I had told the class that I have a fascination with heirloom cookbooks. The book was her thank you for teaching her […]

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