Sometimes all you need is a fried egg over easy on one of Brooklyn’s finest multigrain bagels. A little cheese, tomato and minimal cilantro, and you’ve got yourself a day’s eats.
It’s super easy to make. Just Play Frankenstein until it looks like a frog (dislocate the legs, cut along the sternum). Use a few basic spices, and fabricate some chimichurri dipping sauce Cook low and slow over indirect heat. I cheated, though. I rolled frozen pats of butter in spices and slipped them under the … Read more
From three separate dinners: Fish tacos, the best quesadillas ever made (american + swiss with caramelized onions, cilantro, tomato, avocado and lime juice in a double-layered shell) and…apple juice.
I’ve been doing a lot of baking lately, probably ever since I made that chicken pot pie crust from scratch, which was itself a way to use up a roast chicken without making my thousandth batch of chicken soup. Bagels I followed this recipe in the pictures below, but I’ve since tweaked it to have … Read more
Here’s what I’m making today: my mom’s recipe for these delicious, candy-like cookies that coagulate into sort of chocolate’s birds’ nests. They’re called Kindergarten Kookies because she used to send them into school on our birthdays. KINDERGARTEN KOOKIES In a mixing bowl: 3 cups oats 1/2 cup cocoa OR 1 square unsweetened chocolate 1 cup … Read more