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My dad was in town for a week of ballet, baseball, jazz, and edgy downtown sketch comedy. Spot the odd one out.
Making cheese sounds like the kind of cooking project other people do. I live a few blocks away from Murray’s cheese. Why would I make my own? But ricotta is a different beast.
Back in New York on the cusp of a New Year brimming with possibilities, Jon and I headed more or less from the airport to a party in Brooklyn hosted by our friends Shea and Raphael with their adorable sausage dog … Continue reading
This tart is spread with a tapenade / ricotta mixture before being topped with tomatoes, feta and black olives. Tapenade is a black olive, anchovy, caper spread that can be bought in jars in most supermarkets. It can get a … Continue reading
Ingredients ½ French stick Jar / deli container of artichokes 1 cup of ricotta 1 lemon Salt, pepper, olive oil Cut the bread on the diagonal into thin slices Brush one side with olive oil and sprinkle with salt Bake … Continue reading
Use a couple of bags (a box and a half) of mixed greens. Add a couple of handfuls (about ½ a cup) of dried cranberries, fresh blueberries and crumbled ricotta salata. Mix a dressing with 3 tbsp olive oil, 1 … Continue reading
Overheard on the subway yesterday morning; “What are you doing this weekend?” “I was going to go to Eric’s. But I didn’t want to go because he lives in Queens and also, I kind of hate him, but if there’s … Continue reading
In his Love Song, J. Alfred Prufrock wonders “do I dare to eat a peach?” and I have to say, I see his point. It’s an act of hope over experience, so often, a flirtation with bitter disappointment. I recently … Continue reading
It’s hot outside and grapefruit are on special offer at the fruit stall. That’s more than a good enough reason to consider making a pitcher of cocktails. Perhaps it’s the color – a gorgeous rosy pink. Perhaps it’s the name … Continue reading