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  • stir-fry

    Recipe: Spicy Stir Fried Beef and Vegetables

    When I found some really good looking beef already cut into “stir-fry strips” I knew it was my husband’s lucky day. Meat plus stir fry?   This is certainly proof that there is a higher being, at least in Gary’s assessment of the universe. Here’s something it took me a while to figure out.  If you... MORE

  • naan-pizza

    Recipe: Two Cheese and Sun-Dried Tomato Pesto Naan Pizza

    I have convinced myself that I am an expert in grilled pizza, and no one in my family is contesting that claim.  The reason being that they would not get any more grilled pizza. But this is an expertise that I can only substantiate during the warmer months. Otherwise my pizza output — and therefore... MORE

  • salmon-ginger

    Recipe: Horseradish Ginger Salmon

    Wasabi is a Japanese horseradish, and therefore an excellent companion and frequent compatriot to ginger and soy sauce in Japanese cuisine, including (clearly) sushi.  But I was wondering if using regular jarred horseradish (which figures prominently in Jewish, German and Eastern European cooking) would be a good swap in.  I flung together a few ingredients,... MORE

  • rice-scallions

    Recipe: Tomato Scallion Rice

    Through happenstance four large tomatoes landed in my kitchen last week that 1) were mid-winter tomatoes, there was no getting around that and 2) had been put in the refrigerator, which is a crime against tomatoes.  Food science writer Harold McGee explains in his book On Food and Cooking that refrigerating tomatoes damages the membranes... MORE

  • Baked Acorn Squash

    Recipe: Baked Squash with Chili and Maple Syrup

    Firstly, every once in a while I have to start off by apologizing for the photo.  This is clearly the case here. In the CSA I belong to, there are always one or two items that I don’t immediately have a vision for, which is really what I love about it.  Recently there was sorghum,... MORE

  • Klein's of Westport


    When I was 7 my family moved from New York City to Westport, CT.   My father was the catalyst for this event.  My mother could not have been less happy.  To this day she will tell people that “you can still see my heel marks on exit 17 when Peter turned off the highway.”  She... MORE

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