The problem with watching films and TV shows about food (the gastronome’s second favorite pastime) is that they’re impossible to get through without craving what’s on the screen. I’ve been making my way through Korean drama Pasta, in which aglio e […]
Braised goat in drunken glaze with jasmine rice and green beans Last weekend, I went to Phu Cuong, a recently opened Vietnamese supermarket in Dorchester to get some of the ingredients for my Pad Kee Mao. There’s nothing that will […]
Drunken noodles with beef Revisiting my recipe for drunken noodles. Still holds up the second time.
Swedish style mustard with Saikyo miso A couple years back, Eater.com declared “stealth miso” to be one of the next big trends in food. Not surprise attack miso, but miso in places you wouldn’t expect to find it. They were […]
White chocolate oatmeal cookies with cranberries These cookies from Cook’s Illustrated, by way of Smitten Kitchen, are one of my favorites. I like to lessen the amount of oatmeal by a quarter of a cup and replace it with dried […]
Roast pork, broccoli rabe, and sharp provolone sandwich An ode to the Pattinson Avenue, my favorite sandwich from DC’s Taylor Gourmet. I’m creating a mock food website for a class, where I posted a tutorial on how to make this. View […]
Udon with mushrooms J. Kenji López-Alt has been posting some wonderful vegan recipes over at Serious Eats, the sort written for those of us with tastebuds. I don’t mean that as a dig at my vegan and vegetarian friends. But really, every time I see…