Recipes

Amos Bakes -- And other things As an ode to the venerable, and now semi-retired, David Cohen of David Doesn’t Bake, I’m dedicating my first recipe to one I came across seven years ago in this ...

By David Cohen Oh, baby oh, baby, this is a good one! My best customer and most trustworthy critic told me it was the best thing I’ve made in a long time. There’s a little bit of prep, but ...

By David Cohen Summer is nearly over but the beans keep coming and while this dish takes a bit of prep, it’s one of my new favorites. The cumin and honey-spiced tahini alone would be enough to get ...

By David Cohen What I love about this salad is the way the frisee wilts a bit when you toss it with the hot corn. And then with a shallot Dijon vinaigrette -- late summer ...

By David Cohen Cold nights and curry go together like stacking wood and The Rolling Stones. What I especially love about this particular combination is the way the sweetness of the butternut squash ...

By David Cohen This one is really about the blanched leeks, once prepped and stored in the fridge, I ended up eating them way more often than I would have. They were great for salads, omelets, ...

By David Cohen Might be starting but summer isn’t over yet, and this salad is so perfect for a hot, humid evening with family or friends. Advertisement In a large bowl, toss together a ...
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