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While osso buco is most commonly prepared with veal, the name actually means bone hole and refers to the cut of meat rather than the type of meat. So it’s easy to substitute an economical leg steak of lamb, as I did here. This is slow-braised, meaty goodness at its best. The lamb is fragrant […]

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I’ll be making a ridiculous amount of my Rosemary Cookies for a huge, nationwide Bakesale for Japan, spearheaded by Samin Nosrat. I’ll be hanging out in front of Bi-Rite in San Francisco this Saturday from 10-2, selling all kinds of yummy goods along with my cookies and my Chocolate Sesame Truffles. Check out the link […]

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White wine sangria is so quintessentially spring. No matter that it’s been chilly and rainy here and downright frigid on the east coast. We need something to aspire to. And according to the weather forecast, my fair city’s got a spell of 70 degree days coming our way. We need to be ready. And this […]

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So, if rhubarb sorbet is my new favorite dessert, this cauliflower mash is my new favorite side dish. Composed of a whopping four ingredients, this almost doesn’t merit being called a recipe. I wouldn’t have believed the breathless comparisons to mashed potatoes – minus the junk that makes mashed potatoes guilt-ridden – had I not […]

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This might be my new favorite dessert. I am rather enamored with the color of this sorbet, which is almost like bubblegum in its pure, pink vibrancy. And even if it’s raining outside, and has been all week, and I have a mental block where frozen desserts and cold weather are concerned, I still haven’t […]

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