Articles Tagged “art”
Amanda shows us a little bit of toughness to make crushed ice for your cocktails.Read More »
Gold decor for a glimmering New Year's Eve.Read More »
Amanda shows us a quick, handy cracker for holiday hors d'oeuvres.Read More »
A humble stew for the holiday season that will be loved by your children and, especially, by you.Read More »
We're sitting down with our favorite writers and cooks to talk about their upcoming cookbooks, their best food memories, and just about anything else.
Today: We talk to chef and artist Michael J Cirino about the love of collaboration and his group A Razor, A Shiny Knife.Read More »
We're feeling a bit French today, and we thought you might be too. What'll be on our tables tonight? We're getting our vegetables in (and greens too, please) with Amy_N-B's perfectly Parisian, earthy French "Peasant" Beets. Eaten with a glass of Sancerre on the side, we could easily stop there, but tonight, we're skipping happily along to dessert. Because our night wouldn't be truly French without a little sliver of something sweet, now would it?
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Pears are so distinct that the only word we have to describe their shape is "pyriform," which means, literally, "pear-shaped"! They've been cultivated for millennia -- there were pear tree groves in China 3000 years ago -- and there are thousands of varieties, many of them decorative or inedible. In the US, you'll find about 10 common varieties, among them Comice, Anjou, Bartlett, Seckel, and Bosc.
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Amanda finds a holiday dessert that might shoulder your apple pie aside.Read More »
A roundup of all our favorite pastry tricks.Read More »