I can’t imagine a world without cheese. It would be a far less delicious place. Today, I wanted to share three great recipes that you may have missed. And an offer that’s hard to refuse. The first recipe is for the “ Diva of […]
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It’s been almost ten years since we made this recipe and it’s still as good as it gets. One of the great challenges I face is to constantly look for new recipes, new combinations and new takes on the classics. When you think about it, […]
The Food Police were out in force when we posted our Easy Duck Confit recipe last Friday. There were rumblings about our waistlines and heart health. So I thought share some nutrition numbers to counter the impression we are on a […]
All hail Super Bowl Sunday, played in controversy this year, in this age of controversy. But one thing is sure, there’s very little of that here. Because through the wonders of Google Analytics, I can assure you that the following 5 recipes are consistently at […]
My latest article for Connoisseur Magazine has just been published. Step aboard the most eagerly anticipated ship of the year, Celebrity Edge.
I was very pleased when Connoisseur Magazine invited me to be a Luxury Travel Correspondent for their publication which has both UK and US Editions. Connoisseur is written with the luxury traveler in mind. So when I was asked to write about the newest ship […]
I’ve been working on Chewing The Fat’s first book. It’s a compendium of Andrew’s masterful baking. The very last recipe was for homemade Granola. The mere thought of it brought back memories of just how good it was. It was so far superior to any […]
If you live in the East, you’re experiencing an arctic blast of obscenely low temperatures. We’re so bundled up against the cold, not even the runners are out these mornings. There is a cure for the cold. And that of course, is a bowl of […]
On Chewing The Fat, the recipes really do come from everywhere. However in this case, it came from closer to home–our own kitchen. I had an intense desire for a Pork Chop and not one of those boneless half inch deals swathed in plastic wrap. […]
This recipe landed in my inbox in a collection of the 10 Most-Popular recipes in The New York Times. Turns out the Times runs posts of its Most Popular recipes so frequently, that I cannot tell you what time frame they’re referring to. However, the […]
Melissa Clark has to be one of the most prolific food writers and cooks in all of history. There’s her constant presence in the Food Section of The New York Times, where week after she creates some of our most memorable meals. Just type Melissa […]
Come with me on a Cheddar Odyssey! My latest article on Cheese Journey’s fabulous trip has just been published.
Cheese Connoisseur is a magazine devoted to Cheese and a must for anyone who loves what Merriam-Webster defines as “a food consisting of the coagulated, compressed, and usually ripened curd of milk separated from the whey.” But the dictionary can’t do justice to the glory […]
In all honesty, I don’t know what possessed me to make this. Let’s face it, it’s not exactly a Gourmet discovery. And even if its genesis was a recipe I saw in Food and Wine Magazine, it’s a long way from their usual offerings. Nevertheless, […]
S’mores Bars with Marshmallow Meringue from Cheryl and Griffith Day of Back in the Day Bakery, Savannah, GA.
The allure of a childhood favorite is undeniable. Here two bakers from Georgia have captured the essence of one of life’s great pleasures—the S’more. While the treat may be best remembered as campfire cooking at is best, here’s a recipe that brings it indoors and […]
Our friend Jeff Lobb is a wonderful cook and entertains beautifully. Especially when his partner Don is in the kitchen with him. And if Jeff is famous for one dish above all others, it is his fondness for Rack of Pork that stands out. This […]