Grilling

Today I’m guest posting over on Amy’s blog Wicked Good Travel while she’s getting settled in her new home in Scotland. I made a grilled corn and arugula carbonara, which is a great way to squeeze in some fresh corn before the season is over! Have a great weekend!

Sous Vide St. Louis Ribs

My love for my Sous Vide Supreme has been well documented. One of the things I’ve enjoyed most about the sous vide method of cooking is its ability to make cooking for a crowd completely foolproof. You simply set the water bath to the desired temperature, and the food will never overcook or dry out. [read more →]

Tomato Fideua

Fideua is a paella-like dish made with thin noodles called fideos. It used to be one of my dad’s specialities (and I think I always secretly like it more than paella). I’ve developed my own version over the years, which I’m not even sure I should call “fideua” anymore, as mine are usually vegetarian and [read more →]

I subscribe to a lot of food magazines. Last summer they really started to pile up, and I couldn’t bear to just throw them all away. So, I started clipping out recipes I wanted to try and consolidated them in a binder. Fast forward to today. I’ve only looked at this binder a handful of [read more →]

I’m going to be honest. I’ve been in a serious blog rut lately. Something about all of the traveling I’ve been doing has left me uninspired in my own kitchen, and all of the writing about dining out has just served as a reminder of how little I have been cooking lately. When I have [read more →]

Our Memorial Day cookout turned out to be a low key affair with just Katie, Matt, and me, so we decided to get a little experimental with our menu and also really learn how to use the charcoal grill that Matt and I bought last summer. I decided that I wanted to grill pork chops [read more →]

I had pretty much been through all of my standard food magazines last week, so I reluctantly picked up a copy of Martha Stewart Living at the airport. I was skeptical, but I got a pretty amazing recipe out of it: Pennoni pasta with grilled eggplant, burrata cheese, thai chilis, and mint. It looked pretty [read more →]

Grilled Scallions with Romesco Sauce

Spring onions with Romesco sauce is a popular Catalan combination. I couldn’t find spring onions at the store last weekend, so we did the same thing with scallions on the 4th of July. It turned out to be a great recipe for summer grilling. There are tons of recipes out there for Romesco. It’s typically [read more →]

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