baby yellow squash antipasti that's a cinch to make!
Try artichokes stuffed with shrimp, Parmesan cheese, bread crumbs, and onions.
cupcakes from crumbs & doilies in london's brick lane market. how could you eat just one?
I want this or one of the many other colorful Boretti stoves. Please buy me one. Thanks in advance.
Seared Day Boat Scallops with Lemon Basil Pasta
addicted to blueberry muffins? so am i.
Zesty Moroccan Burgers with Harissa Mayo and Spiced Carrot Slaw
Recipe for Spicy Shrimp Salad Sandwich (say that three times fast!)
Make your steamed fish delicious by wrapping it in simple napa cabbage.
Ricotta and Tomato Tarts fancified with Orange Zest
Tarte Tatin, deconstructed, reconstructed, and spun sugar on top. Dramatic?
A gallery of weird food eaten around the world.
Mosaic potatoes ... they look elegant, like stained glass. But it's simply an herb leaf hidden under a thin layer of roasted potato.
Fresh mozzarella made right before your eyes, and thrown into the crowd. Only in Italy.
I tried to cook tapioca pearls for bubble tea and they kicked my butt! Never again!
Hot fennels' soup. So good!
Blueberries are starting to go out of season, but what a great way to go!
Eggplant as far as the eye can see...
Apricot Almond Bars: cocoa crust, apricot jam, and almond-macaroon topping.
Fresh, homemade butter: so easy, so good.
Using this summer's produce is Easy as Pie
Italy meets Japan: Here is an unusual, exquisite fish course even for those who do not like raw fish particularly.
The frosting-soaked, faux-fluffy days of Krispy Kreme dominance must end. Cake doughnuts must rise again!
5 bloggers explore the new Dolce Italiano cookbook - starting with Mosaic Biscotti! You can win a personalized, signed copy from Gina!
trying out less cruel methods of making fois gras. still hardly kind, but something any foodie should be aware of.
Bicycle Powered Smoothies taste so much better!
Banana Chocolate Shortcakes
Espresso-Chocolate Semifreddo from the latest Food and Wine Magazine.
A close shave! Most people think the best way to cool off in Italy is by eating gelato. But on really hot days those in the know head from the grattachecca stands.
Why does it matter where our food comes from?
A warming meal of red beans and rice.
Taro puffs - filled with sweet taro paste, these puffs are to die for.
Etrog Marmalade: the most interesting thing you'll make this week.
at franny's in brooklyn you can order house-cured pancetta-peach butter crostini as well as an entire menu full of ingredients that are locally sourced and sustainably grown and farmed.