Yeah so today we’re gonna be talking about French toast.
It dates far back as the 4th or 5th century (the recipe back then wasn’t exactly the same as it is now). 449 more words
Here we are, smack dab in the middle of the holiday season, and I’ve been whiling away my December afternoons by cooking. Whether I’m baking cookies and listening to Christmas music or preparing the Sunday roast while serenely sipping a glass of wine, the kitchen is the perfect place for reflecting on the joy of the season. 762 more words
Last Friday was one of those picture-perfect September days in the city. The skies were clear, the air was crisp, and the foot traffic on 5th Avenue was a beautiful parade of the “glittering crowds…in canyons of steel” that Vernon Duke surely had in mind when he wrote “ 432 more words
Musicians tend to be bons vivants, possessing refined palates honed from playing countless gigs at fancy-schmancy shindigs with top-shelf food and drinks. Lots of musicians are great home cooks, too; maybe there’s a connection between improvising in a band and improvising in the kitchen? 577 more words