Eaten blindfolded, the mushrooms taste like chicken.
This is a dish from Friuli, with clear Mittel Europe inspiration and flavor, and it is one of the few occasions where butter is actually better than olive oil.
Quinces wait quietly for the few people that know how to cook them.
When roasted, the flesh of winter squashes such as butternut, acorn, and kabocha becomes creamy and dense and caramelizes on the cut surfaces.
Barley is a great substitute for risotto, especially when you don't have a lot of time to spend stirring the pot.
What a surprise it was to taste tomatoes this sugary, a vivid reminder that they are in fact berries, not vegetables.
"If there's a set of values in Senegal, teranga would be the most important one," says chef Pierre Thiam, author of Senegal. "It's the way you treat the guest."
“You should kiss the hem of her apron for cooking every night.” Lynne Rossetto Kasper
“You should kiss the hem of her apron for cooking every night.”