This homey casserole was developed by Pierre Franey in 1991 for the Gourmet column It is hearty sustenance that evokes memories of childhood and sweater weather Its preparation is simple, but its flavors veer elegant
NYT Cooking: Vegetable pancakes with a sweet and comforting flavor. <br/>These have a sweet, comforting flavor. They are quick to mix up, using either leftover mashed potatoes from your Thanksgiving dinner, or potatoes that you have cut up and steamed for
NYT Cooking: Every Monday, you can find a pot of red beans and rice cooking in someone’s kitchen in New Orleans. The food writer and New Orleans bon vivant Pableaux Johnson’s house is no exception. The dish, an easy meal from when people used to reserve Monday to do the wash, was once made with the pork bone left over from Sunday supper. In this version, Mr. Johnson strongly encourages the use of hand-made ...
Please use garbanzo bean flour instead of white flour! Zimmern, who eats bugs on television as the host of “Bizarre Foods” on the Travel Channel but lives a sedate life back home in Minnesota when he’s not working, which is not often.