Farmer’s markets combine three things I love: mornings (yes, really), delicious food, and supporting small- and mid-sized producers. I also love the element of surprise. Unlike a grocery store, the available produce is dependent on locality and seasonality.
Recipe: Cranberry-Mustard Spread
Cranberry sauce is one of the easiest things to make, so every Thanksgiving, I make a batch and try to put a little twist on it. It is almost always a huge hit, but I almost always have a lot of sauce leftover. Repurposing leftovers is a time-honored Thanksgiving tradition. This spread covers a lot of […]
Recipe: Blood Orange-Cranberry Sauce
The first time I made cranberry sauce, I was surprised that it was so easy. Why bother with the canned stuff when you could have your own done in less than 10 minutes?
Recipe: Cornbread with Apple, Cheddar, and Sage
Fall fell fast on Brooklyn this week. Nothing calls for a weekend baking project like a cold snap. However, weekends are also time for meal prepping and other household projects (a.k.a. fitting a week’s worth of stuff into two days), so there are a handful of shortcuts I’m willing to take.