Root Vegetable Tagine Recipe

By Joanne Bruno | November 5, 2012

Photo: Joanne Bruno

Photo: Joanne Bruno

In addition to stocking up on necessities such as peanut butter and chocolate chips, I prepared for Hurricane Sandy by cooking up as much comfort food as I could before the storm hit. Warm loaves of bread, chili, loads of pasta, and this tagine.

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Orange Glazed Carrots & Parsnips Recipe

By Arun Gupta | November 15, 2010

Photo: Arun Gupta

Photo: Arun Gupta

Thanksgiving is right around the corner and I think everyone, especially those who care about food are starting to think about Thanksgiving dinner. Traditionally, there are several Thanksgiving staples that we tend to focus on when we think of the big dinner: turkey, stuffing, gravy, potatoes, cornbread, green beans, creamed onions, Brussels sprouts etc. Some families cook all of these things in fairly traditional ways while others cook some of these dishes and substitute for others while others, (especially in a city like New York) put their own multicultural twists on Thanksgiving fare.

Thanksgiving for me has always been about spending time with family and friends, hopefully enjoying a nice meal and then probably falling asleep somewhere warm, hours before I’m supposed to go to bed. Read More

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