Recipes

By David Cohen The asparagus at our local markets is looking mighty fine these days, and just in time for Easter. Whether you’re planning an intimate meal with your fellow self-isolationists or a ...

By David Cohen Are you getting tired of potatoes, beans and pasta? Then get some grits! You don’t hear much about grits up this way, but I actually prefer them to their closest cousin, polenta. ...

I’m writing this week’s column from home as I’ve been self-quarantining. We unfortunately came into contact with an elderly relative while attending a memorial in Boston last week who has since ...

Preheat your oven to 500 degrees while you mix up a dressing of extra-virgin olive oil, two minced garlic cloves and the juice and zest from half a lemon. Cut a small- to medium-size cabbage into ...

By David Cohen I know many of you have a cabinet full of pasta because there’s hardly any left at the market. So a pasta recipe seems appropriate this week. Cacio e pepe is one of my favorites, a ...

Here’s how to make a perfect roasted chicken with just 10 minutes of prep time. Rinse and dry your chicken thoroughly; the drier the skin the crispier it will be. If you’re not pressed for time, ...

Skirt steak is one of my favorite cuts, so I could hardly contain myself when I stumbled upon it at Shaw’s. It’s super flavorful simply broiled or grilled with some salt and pepper, and these ...
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