When I was a little girl, I often wandered into the kitchen, curious to learn what was going on behind all the chopping sounds and clanging of pans and lids. "Can I help?" I often asked, and typically, I would be given the task to mash the garlic in the mortar and pestle, or possibly peel the potatoes.Read Full Story
When I was a kid, you couldn't have paid me enough money in the world to eat Brie cheese. I was afraid of a cheese I had never had simply because it was new to me. How sad — I could have been enjoying Brie for years if I hadn't been scared. Luckily I now know it's awesome, and I can enjoy it in just about any form.Read Full Story
Gnocchi have a special place in my heart. Mostly because one of my most vivid memories of them has to do with a small Italian restaurant in Murano, Italy, and a waiter who placed exactly one gnocchi on my plate after telling him I wanted just "a little" more and then proceeded to take my arm and kiss it from my fingertips to my shoulder in a way only an Italian waiter could while getting away with it.Read Full Story
I know it's probably normal to make the same dishes year after year for Thanksgiving, but I always try to bring something new. I think it's fun to make new dishes, because it can get a little boring around the holiday table. This year I'm going totally different but totally delicious (and healthier!).Read Full Story
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