Spring is finally in the air in NYC, and this is a perfect salad for the season. It’s full of lots of fresh, raw vegetables. It reminds me a bit of a cole slaw, in chopped form. The original recipe called for 6 slices of bacon, chopped and stirred into the salad. I left that […]
This is like a vegetarian tuna salad sandwich, and it’s just about as quick to make as tuna salad is. It doesn’t exactly taste like tuna, but it definitely holds together like tuna salad, and it’s nice and tangy because of the vinegar in it. With all of the news about mercury in tuna and […]
After all these years of blogging, I can’t believe I haven’t posted a classic chicken and rice soup recipe. Well here it is! This is a delicious, simple chicken soup and if you have a rotisserie chicken, the soup will come together in no time. It’s perfect comfort food for a cold night, or for […]
The recipe for this salad came to me in a weekly email full of recipes that I receive from Saveur magazine. This chicken salad is very similar to one that my mother made when I was growing up. We usually had it when company came over. It was […]
According to Rachel Ray, a stoup is a cross between a soup and a stew. I love hearty soups like this, and this one is delicious. The fresh herbs and the lemon zest add a nice punch of fresh flavor. I had been looking for a good chicken soup recipe, […]
I can’t tell you how many times I’ve thrown away extra celery that has gone bad in my refrigerator. I typically buy it to make either chicken salad or shrimp salad or something like that, and I never use up all of it. I always intend to go back and use the rest of it, […]
Now that we’re back from Shelter Island and school has started, I’m trying to get back into a more normal routine which includes family dinners at 6pm. I love eating with Charles and the boys. It’s a great time to find out what happened at school.
I made these burgers last night and I thought they […]
I made this salad for a picnic recently and boy is it good. It’s another Ina Garten recipe. Have I mentioned that she’s one of my favorites? Other than being a little heavy-handed with the salt, her recipes are very straightforward and delicious.
The original recipe calls for raisins, but I can’t stand raisins, especially […]
I first had this salad at my nephew Oliver’s First Communion party. My sister Gail made it and it was delicious – so good that I asked to take some leftovers home. Last week we had a picnic in Central Park with some friends as we listened to the Philharmonic perform an outdoor concert on […]