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Speckled Green Bulgur with Red Potato Sauce Recipe

By Joanne Bruno | October 17, 2011

Photo: Joanne Bruno

Photo: Joanne Bruno

I’ve been trying to will Fall to happen in New York City.  I’ve convinced myself that the more I cook warm spicy stick-to-your-ribs (but-not-to-your-thighs) food, the more likely it will be that when I leave my apartment in the morning I’ll find myself confronted by a ground full of autumn leaves.  It’s not that I really want the cool weather to come; but between you and me, it’s getting kind of awkward to chow down on a bowl of chili with the air conditioning on.

Thankfully, this recipe for speckled green bulgur with a red potato sauce offers the best of both seasons.   Read More

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Thrice-Cooked Chips Recipe

By Laura Ratliff and Ryan Smith | September 27, 2011

Photo: Laura Ratliff

Photo: Laura Ratliff

Inspired by some of the fantastic burgers served at restaurants all around New York City, we’ve been experimenting all summer long on our own topping our burgers with stinky Roquefort cheese, making juicy patties from salmon fillets, and even slicing fresh avocados as a side in an effort to make these decadent meals seem healthier. Now, on the last weekend of the fading summer, we shifted the focus from the burger to its companions, fries and drink.

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Potato and Apple Mash Recipe

By Matt Essert | September 9, 2011

Photo: Matt Essert

Photo: Matt Essert

I thought I pulled this recipe out of thin air, but then my mother revealed to me that she used to feed this to me as a baby. I don’t really remember eating this as a baby. In fact, I don’t really remember a lot of things that happened to me as a baby since, in my defense, I was a baby. But perhaps, this recipe was hidden somewhere in the back of my mind waiting to be pulled out and enjoyed. I think that’s probably what happened.

Either way, this is a great recipe that’s very simple and very delicious. It’s a great side dish for a fall roast and has a lot of simple, clean flavor. Read More

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New Potato and Egg Crostino Recipe

By Lindsay Hunt | June 29, 2011

Photo: Lindsay Hunt

Photo: Lindsay Hunt

Cooking is one of my favorite aspects of every weekend, which begins each Saturday morning at the farmers’ market, and usually takes up the better half of both days. But, when it’s gorgeous out, I feel guilty in my windowless kitchen.

When it’s nice out I feel like I need to get outside immediately so as not to miss a ray of sunshine. Despite my inclination towards lengthy preparations, I need to make food quickly. I’ve discovered that the secret to speedily preparing delicious food is to keep a few pre-cooked ingredients on hand, and to adopt the clever Italian open-faced sandwich: the crostino. Read More

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