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Pretty in pink. Savory. Sweet. Just a little bit hot. The best condiment, ever, for ham. Recipe:
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Lovely morning. Robins on the lawn. First bright red rhubarb melted into compote. Hint of ginger. Swirls of yogurt. Feels like spring.
Is there anything better than great sushi? A truly fabulous meal:
Pewter sky. Rushing clouds. Tentative birds call. Hot coffee. Frizzled ham. Hashbrown potatoes. Gently fried eggs. Joyous leftovers.
Pure fun! My dinner at Alinea:
In NYC? opportunity to screen Fed Up and hear Laurie David talk about it. @foodbookfair @Laurie_David @holdengraber
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If you're in Chicago, in the Park Hyatt, you don't want to be in my room. Man next door screaming into the phone. Sleep no more.
The place to be in LA this Sunday. Colman Andrews. Osteria Mozza. Food. Wine. Conversation.…
Can you imagine a more perfect present?
On newsstands today: the annual Food Issue of @AFARmedia, starring @ruthreichl @johntedge @tjdnewyork Gabrielle Hamilton, Julia Glass & more
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Soft. Crisp. Rich. Slightly slithery. The most delicious thing I ate yesterday:
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Hazy. Gray. Cool. Heading out for hotdogs. Crisp. Onion-slathered. Mustard-smeared. Snappy city breakfast. Why not?
Sun peeking through mist. Stark branches; white background. So lovely. Creamy rich ricotta. Just made. Darkly toasted bread. Crushed olives.
Who are the most important people in food history? Some thoughts:
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This might be the richest recipe I've ever encountered. Just the thing for the start of Spring!
The robins are back, strutting plumply across the lawn. Warm buttered biscuits. Sliced strawberries. Lemon tea. Feels like spring. Finally.
Some foods are instantly appealing. Others you need to learn to love.
Gray. Cold. Warm buckwheat blini. Melted butter. Cool white sour cream. Sparkling salmon roe: tiny jewels. Sunshine in the forecast.
Cherry Bombe Jubilee. Makes me very proud to be a woman in food. Fantastic energy!
Fried pigskin with pimento cheese and chiles? Yes please. My lunch at Mission Cantina:
Gray drizzle. Umbrellas up. Sidewalks sloppy. Rye bread, still warm. Herring: pungent, rich. Sour cream. Onions. Solace in the city.