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The holiday season is such a beloved time of year. The weather turns cool and the snow begins to fall; we spend dedicated time with our family and friends; and children experience old family traditions for the first time. At homes across the … more
While I don't host Thanksgiving, I somehow end up with an entire Thanksgiving meal in my refrigerator the day after. Thanks to my mother's ability to overcook, every year my husband and I are sent home with Ziplock bags of leftovers. … more
There are two different types of people in the world: those who love crispy, delicate gingersnaps and those who love pillow soft, fluffy gingersnaps. You're in luck, whichever way the cookie crumbles because I've got directions for both. … more
Let's say that this year's Thanksgiving feast is going to be a more intimate affair than the usual cast of thousands, yet you still want turkey. It can be done. Instead of cooking up a whole bird, why not go with a turkey breast? "Because," you … more
When I have a lot of people coming over, I love to make mini pies, or "pie cups." I coined the name "pie cup" when I created a "pie program" for one of my restaurants and vowed to make pie the new cupcake in NYC. Since then, the mini, hand-held … more
I was served a version of this dish at a neighborhood restaurant in Milan last fall and was completely smitten with it. It provided the comforting, belly-warming satisfaction a chilly night calls for, and it charmed me with the rustic-chic elegance … more
Reduction is a word that has been part of political rhetoric heard throughout the months leading up to the recent elections. Promises of reduction in spending, layoffs, taxes, etc. - promises, but no guarantees. However, in the culinary world, … more
Like most of us, Elaine Khosrova took butter for granted. Until about nine years ago, then the food writer had what she calls an "aha!" moment. "I was working at a restaurant trade magazine and was asked to do a butter tasting," said Khosrova. … more
PITTSFIELD - What promises to be a popular series of mixology classes kicked off Monday night at Methuselah Bar and Lounge at 391 North St. The bar and eatery, open since February 2015, was closed to regular customers from 6 to 7:30 p.m. as a … more
It's really hard for me say goodbye to summer. I always do it late - like, around Nov. 1 late. I love farmers market season, fresh tomatoes, verdant herbs and late-evening sunsets, and I try to hang on to that feeling for as long as I possibly … more
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