Glazed with apple cider, fill the center of the acorn squash ring with a homemade whole-cranberry/orange sauce. Yum!
I loved the donuts I had at Hearth awhile back—are they still serving them?
Glad to have this list. For glassware, also consider Fishes Eddy. Possibly cheaper than $4/per, especially in the back sale room.
Awesome. Especially if they keep it stocked.
Yep, cojita and corn is correct!
Recipe is here, the dressing is super tasty. http://www.pithyandcleaver.com/?p=1138
My first cookbook was the Silver Palate.
I'd be interested to know the ingredients—is it just herbs/salt/powdered bacon? Because you're adding milk and tomatoes yourself...
Love the icing recipe! But agreed—you're going to get ripped apart around here if you use a mix. Also, mixes probably vary in sweetness/tastiness, so if you are using one, you should probably mention which one you like.
feves, dark. I think they're from valrhona, bought at whole foods.
Interesting, thanks for posting this.
You don't lose the fond if you brown in a skillet first, then deglaze and add everything to the slowcooker. Then it can cook SUPER low and slow for a million hours (or, like, 12.)
Lenny's does one.
These muffins were super tasty!
I, too, was amazed by how few recipes I could find calling for red currants.
Lobster is actually pretty cheap this year...I've seen it for $8.99/lb at Chelsea Market, but these sound tasty! (And I'm actually not a huge fan of lobster anyway.)
Yum! These sound awesome. And yay for Carolyn on Serious Eats!
For a twist, you could do these with part rice flour for a sort of pa jeon...delicious.
Once baked pie in one of those premade pie crusts in a foil pan. Took it out of the oven, pan buckled, hot pumpkin pie filling ALL over the floor.
Love that this doesn't have a top crust, just lets the fruit shine! Yum.
Yes—it sounds amazing. I wish these "Cook the Book" features really included recipe testing, though. Does Serious Eats need a hand?
This sounds great!
Mmm. Sour-cherry pie.
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I'm a sucker for carbonara too, usually with bucatini.
I made some lamb shoulder chops, a cut I'd never worked with before. It was the cheapest thing on offer from Catskill Merino Sheep Farm in the Union Square Market. I rubbed them with a bit of curry powder and mustard, then broiled. They were SUPER juicy and delicious, though quite fatty and slightly difficult to eat. Probably not appropriate for company, but really great for a weekend dinner at home.
Kanoyama might be the best sushi in the neighborhood.
Sure, late night this is a good idea. I'm all for that.
But $6 for a single Schaller & Weber bratwurst? Come on, it's not that hard to open a package of these on your own. This place should be making its own sausages.
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