A humble stew for the holiday season that will be loved by your children and, especially, by you.Read More »
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Put time into dinner now, and you can make it last forever -- or at least the whole week. Welcome to Halfway to Dinner, where we show you how to stretch your staples every which way.
Today: Why use a gremolata just once? Phyllis from Dash and Bella raises the bar, times six.
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Today's lunch most likely mirrors that of every other American child's lunch this week. We'll let Amanda explain:
Leftover turkey sandwiches! The turkey is topped with shaved brussels sprouts, pancetta salad, and pickled garlic scapes. They also had the added treats of chocolate cookies and vanilla rooibos tea cookies, winner ofYour Best Recipe with Vanilla.Read More »
Nicholas gives us a noble use for leftover sweet potatoes, a kid-friendly baking project, and a better turkey sandwich.Read More »
It's a lunchbox cocktail party for Walker and Addie this week, with crudités, cheese, and olives all ready for the snacking. Here's Amanda with the specifics:
I believe in the occasional snacky lunch. For this one I packed soppressata, Castelvetrano olives, Red Leicester cheese, ricotta salata, and purple carrots. To go with, whole wheat bread, a British cheese cracker, and roasted pumpkin seeds.
(No Grüner Veltliner for this set, but we wouldn't pass on a glass to accompany this meal!)Read More »
Here's a lunch we'd happily turn to any day of the week: roasted chicken salad with celery, Dijon, mayo, and tarragon (says Amanda, "chicken and tarragon are besties").
The tiny spoons are just right for 6-year-old hands piling salad on the slices of whole grain bread, and chocolate spice cookies make for a perfect dessert.Read More »
A last-minute weeknight pork shoulder (yes, it's true), with a broth to get your family through the winter.Read More »
There's no doubt about it: Sandy's here. Which means the kids are home from school, and you want to keep them entertained -- and fed.Read More »
Here's Amanda with the latest from Brooklyn's most well-fed first graders -- those tomatoes totally do look like fish scales:
Bacon, lettuce, and semi-green tomatoes, sliced super thin so they lay on the bread like scales on a fish. (I made one big sandwich and split it in two for the kids.) Our nanny made apple pie with Walker and Addie; thought they should take their creation to school.Read More »