Kenji: I am right there with you on Every Beatles CD. Good man. Mazel tov on your new home!
Matzo brei! Preferably sweet, please.
Yay!! The only kind of chocolate I'm willing to love with an almighty love.
Rhubarb. Too much like celery. And I'll pass on celery pie. No, thank you.
Irish breakfast with potato farls. Carageen moss pudding with whiskey-laced cream.
I once had to cook a kosher thanksgiving - the toughest things were mashed potatoes with no dairy - omitted and served roasted potatoes w/olive oil and herbs instead. The other issue was sausage stuffing - I used Morningstar Farms veggie sausage and we liked it so much that we use it even when we don't have to cook kosher.
Do you have to get separate cooking vessels and plates and utensils? Good luck!
Khichdi - the ultimate Indian comfort food.
Does anyone know if this would be considered kosher for Passover? Thanks.
@waxbrain: in Westchester County just north of NYC you can find the unsliced in three locations that I know of: Stop and Shop on the New Rochelle/Larchmont border, and in the two Epstein's Delis - Central Ave in Yonkers and Hartsdale. Happy hunting!
Great interview and it is wonderful to see a book that is not only delicious but great for foodies and the RA/autoimmune community. I also have RA, and I am so rooting for this guy.
Thanks, Blake! Sounds delicious; what are those yummy-looking side dishes?
We're trying the cranberry chutney - just looks like pure utter deliciousness. Hoping to crush the can.
This makes me love you, Serious Eats. And potentially hate myself.
I had brandied cherries just last weekend during lunch at Otto in NYC, and honestly I have been obsessed with them ever since. This recipe is a direct answer to my prayers!
I wish there was someone else who remembered the homemade Almond Butter Crunch from the late, lamented Huntley Farms in Eastchester, NY.
The Egg Sandwich of Comfort - fried egg, cheese and well done bacon on a toasted bagel. Perfect for any occasion. Or any meal.
monte cristo, but only around this time of year when the indulgence seems minimal in comparison.
Must be a NY bagel - none of this grocery store nonsense - lightly toasted, melted american cheese, crispy bacon. Heaven.
I think by this point I am fourthing or fifthing the recommendation for Margherita's in Newark on Main Street. I'm a native NYer and this was the closest to home we could find.
Thanks for the hometown props! Glad you enjoyed your visit!
Jim's. 4th and South. One block from my old apartment during grad school. I have lost considerable weight since moving away.
L'Shana Tova u'Metuka! We're making chicken matzo ball soup, roast chicken (Barefoot Contessa recipe), potato kugel, green beans, challah, and apple cake. Nothing too adventurous, all totally delicious.