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    Sandy Hook Promise

    Shockingly the 1-year anniversary of Sandy Hook is approaching.  Shockingly first because it happened in the first place.  Shockingly because it sometimes still doesn’t seem quite real, so it’s hard to imagine what this past year has been like for the parents and kids and educators and community who have had unsolicited front row tickets... MORE

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    Recipe: Indian Curry Yogurt Marinade

    This is great on lamb, great on chicken, great on salmon. The yogurt acts as a tenderizer for the meat, and provides a rich, cooling counterpoint to the rich spices. ... MORE

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    The Inimitable Marcella Hazan

    I first “met” Marcella Hazan the way so many people did  – through the pages of her opus, “The Essential of Classic Italian Cooking.”   I was around 11 or 12, but already neck-deep into my affair with cookbooks and cooking, and I could not wait to make homemade pasta.  And again, like so many people,... MORE

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    Recipe: Green Peppercorn and Dijon Chicken Cutlets

    I always thought summer should be just called “Laundry.”  Spring, Laundry, Fall, and Winter.   And now I am proposing January be called “Sigh.”  I don’t even mean to sound melancholy, much.  It’s just such a pause in a way, between the holidays, and anything else of great consideration (other than MLK’s birthday, and Jack’s birthday,... MORE

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    The Great Thing About Home Cooking, And Why It’s Hard to Breast Pump at a Restaurant

    I was pregnant with my second son when I first started thinking seriously about pursuing a long-deferred dream of doing something in the food world.   I was looking at various options, and seriously considering getting into the restaurant business, even though I fully (really, fully) understood how grueling and unromantic it was most of the... MORE

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    Recipe: Hearty Lentil, Vegetable and Grain Soup

    This soup was born of the need for a comforting, substantial soup that would feed a crowd, and a crowd that included a few vegetarians.  It’s so pretty, and the variety of textures makes it fun to eat.  The seasonings are very light and gentle, allowing the flavors if the ingredients to have their moment….but... MORE

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