Luxurious versions of pâté en croûte

[ad_1] Terrines made for the top crust Pâté en croûte, the centuries-old French dish of meat terrine baked in savory dough, was first developed economically as a way to preserve and use pieces of offal. But today, with a shortage of trained kitchen staff, this labor-intensive delicacy (requiring several days of candiing, gelatinizing, rolling and … Read more

Crispy Chili Fettuccine with Spinach, Skillet Bibimbap, and Quick Chicken Fajitas

[ad_1] We’re not sure how we are already in mid-September, which speaks to how busy this time of year can be. The days are getting shorter, the afternoons have been devoted to homework, and if the displays at Michaels are any indication, the holidays are right around the corner. It’s the perfect time to familiarize … Read more

Three very delicious rice recipes

[ad_1] I’ll start with an apology because your weekly email from Tanya has been stolen. Instead, you’re stuck with me, Becky, a well-known vegetable eater and one of the twisted minds behind @nytcookingThe social accounts of. Consider taking a solid exam and taking a look at our instagram, Tik Tok and Youtube channels? I would … Read more

Paris wine and ice cream bar Folderol takes back control after TikTok fame

[ad_1] “They don’t even try the ice cream,” Jessica Yang said of the social media-conscious crowd who flocked this summer to Folderol, a natural wine bar and artisanal ice cream parlor in Paris that she owns and operates with her husband. Robert Compagnon. “They just let it accumulate in a container of melted liquid and … Read more

The Joy (and Friendly Pushing) of Jollof Rice

[ad_1] Jollof rice is a West African dish made with rice, tomatoes, onions, lots of peppers, and lots of spices. Nigerians prepare it differently than Ghanaians, who prepare it differently than Liberians. There are versions from Senegal, Cameroon and Sierra Leone. The debate over who is superior is always passionate, sometimes deadly serious. Each one … Read more

Jules Melancon, oyster farmer who tried something new, dies at 65

[ad_1] Jules Melancon, a third-generation Louisiana oystercatcher who, instead of giving up after the 2010 Deepwater Horizon oil spill devastated the Gulf Coast, found an innovative, sustainable and much tastier way to carry his salty delights to New Orleans restaurants, died on August 1, 2019. 31 at his home in Cut Off, Louisiana. He was … Read more

Learn How to Make Homemade Bagels for Yom Kippur Fasting

[ad_1] After the fast ends at sunset on Yom Kippur in many homes, the meal of choice comes from the appetizing counter, with smoked fish, cream cheese, and bagels. This year those bagels could be homemade if you participate in a class taught by bagel experts Reva Castellenti and Sam Silverman on Saturday at 4 … Read more