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Cook the Book: Chilaquiles Verdes

Serious Eats Caroline Russock 3 comments

Chilaquiles are, hands down, my favorite Mexican breakfast dish. Fried corn tortillas soaked in red or green salsa, topped with some cheese and, sometimes, a fried egg, braised chicken, or pork—what's not to love? Chilaquiles are breakfast nachos! This recipe... More

Cook the Book: Mee Goreng

Serious Eats Caroline Russock 3 comments

Although they are worlds apart, the hawker centres of Singapore, Malaysia, and Hong Kong have a lot in common with Farmers Market in L.A. They are both vast complexes of stalls selling inexpensive prepared food to people on the go.... More

Cook the Book: Kalbi with Korean Slaw

Serious Eats Caroline Russock 3 comments

If you are anything like me, food shopping makes you hungry. I've tried eating before I go to the market but I invariably get hungry halfway through my trip. In a prefect world I would be able to do some... More

Cook the Book: Magee's Roast Turkey, Parsley Potatoes, and Stewed Zucchini

Serious Eats Caroline Russock 5 comments

Photograph from chrisfreeland2002 on Flickr This recipe comes from the first Farmer's Market restaurant, Magee's Kitchen. According to JoAnn Cianciulli, author of L.A.'s Original Farmer's Market Cookbook, Blanche Magee would bring ham sandwiches and salads to the farmers selling their... More

Cook the Book: Mama Voula's Spanakopita

Serious Eats Caroline Russock 6 comments

Photograph from avlxyz on Flickr While I was in college, art school to be exact, I was a vegetarian. I also wasn't a very adventurous cook. Spaghetti with jarred pasta sauce with some soy "meat" substitute, taco salad made with... More

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