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My love affair with wine began at a young age. When I was a senior in high school, the drinking age in Vermont was 18, and since it was just a short hop, skip and a jump to Pownal or Stamford ... My first bottle of wine was Spanada, a splendid (at … more
Barbacoa beef, or pork or lamb or goat, is by definition slowly cooked meat. The word is Mexican, and originally referred to a cooking method by which parts of an animal were wrapped in leaves, and steamed and smoked simultaneously over fire.The … more
I have a recipe for a potato gratin in my last cookbook, "Dinner Solved!", that I firmly stand by. Here is another that I firmly stand by. And I plan to come up with more such recipes to firmly stand by because I am committed to reminding all of us … more
After the Mona Lisa, Italy's most beloved and enduring gift to world culture might be the meatball. But talk to any two Italian cooks about which ingredients actually comprise a meatball and you're going to get an argument. more
After much deliberation and planning, my seed orders for this year's garden have been placed. I will look forward to several months of fresh produce growing in my own back yard and I'll anxiously await that first ripe tomato. The jewel of the … more
A few years ago when everyone I knew was on the Paleo diet, I started making spaghetti squash and topping it with meat sauce to feed my dinner party guests who were off carbs. more
If pancetta is too expensive, by all means, try other cured hams, or even boiled ham. I have used a new product from my deli called Italian Hot Ham, and the heat is absolutely perfect. more
For the past few months, my husband (Eagle reporter Adam Shanks) has been bartering bread for eggs. He makes the bread every Monday, a beautiful sourdough boule with crusty edges and a soft interior, made with starter he lovingly cultivates and maintains. more
I really love writing a food column. I never know when, how or who is going to give me their favorites recipes — and sometimes the resulting baked good or dish itself. I get recipes in the mail, by email and more frequently from people I encounter at my part-time job or on the street. more
A week before Lent begins, Big Y World Class Market bakeries are busy pumping out paczki, The Polish pastry paczki, pronounced "PAWNCHI-ki" (also POONCH-ki or PUNCH-ki), is plural for paczek. more
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