Tag Archives: ricotta
Bruschetta, and the inevitability of nudity
My dad was in town for a week of ballet, baseball, jazz, and edgy downtown sketch comedy. Spot the odd one out.
The Monday Treat – homemade ricotta – way easier and more fun than you’d think
Making cheese sounds like the kind of cooking project other people do. I live a few blocks away from Murrayâ€™s cheese. Why would I make my own? But ricotta is a different beast.
Penne with sausage and ricotta
Back in New York on the cusp of a New Year brimming withÂ 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
5 side dish ideas for a Labor Day barbeque
Overheard on the subway yesterday morning; â€œWhat are you doing this weekend?â€ â€œI was going to go to Ericâ€™s. But I didnâ€™t want to go because he lives in Queens and also, I kind of hate him, but if thereâ€™s … Continue reading
The Wednesday Tipple â€“ Sea Breeze (with Bruschetta)
Itâ€™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 itâ€™s the color â€“ a gorgeous rosy pink. Perhaps itâ€™s the name … Continue reading