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The less fuss, the better the shortbread

By Dorie Greenspan

I’m a slowpoke in the kitchen. Always was, and I guess I always will be; I haven’t gotten a second faster since I started cooking decades ago. 1,291 more words


seeded matzohs; a tuesdays with dorie post

Recently, I started a new job in a very busy restaurant.  Each day, we produce breads and desserts for 3 different restaurants and a bakery.  In a few words, I am working my ass off.   766 more words

Tuesdays With Dorie

Lucky Peach: Volume 13

Lucky Peach, according to their website,  “is a food and lifestyle journal that explores a monthly theme through essays, art, photography, recipes, and original video content”. 608 more words


TWD: Lemon Cupcakes with Raspberry Jam

It’s been busy and I haven’t had the time to really cook or even bake. I am doing more than before but not as much as originally planned. 312 more words

Cook The Book

Applaud the swordfish renaissance with this sauce and salsa

By Dorie Greenspan

For years, I was a culinary libertarian. I’d make dinner, put all the dishes on the table and then let everyone take what they wanted and mix and match it any which way. 1,202 more words


Endives, Apples and Grapes

This Easter, I was really interested in making things involving fruit. With everything in bloom these days, it just seemed appropriiate! This is yet another treasure found in Dorie Greenspan´s, ¨Around My French Kitchen¨.  206 more words


Fresh Blood Orange Pork Tenderloin

This was our Easter luncheon meal and it was really lovely. I recommend using a really good quality pork tenderloin and slice it beforehand.  I adapted this recipe slightly from a recipe in Dorie Greenspan´s fabulous cookbook ¨Around My French Table¨. 387 more words