Radishes and butter are sisters in French cooking. They’re also cheap and plentiful during the spring at the market. My restaurant self gets the best of me when I say that I use every single piece of these babies. Wash the tops a few times in cold water and then toss in off the heat to create a salad/warm side dish to any meal.Read More
Today on the Lady Lair LIVE Podcast, my lady friend Ali Rosen and I blanch asparagus and put eggs on eggs (she loves that!) with both our hand whisked mustard aioli and my soft/hard boiled eggs. We got to talking... some were a little more hard boiled than soft, what can I say it's real life.Read More
I love spur-of-the-moment recipes. What's great about this is that it's a fast lunch or dinner that feels fancy... because, who ever makes eggplant on-the-fly (that's a restaurant term :)). You do, lady friend.Read More
This. Is. The. Easiest. Salad. EVER. When I just started freelancing I worked for an Israeli chef who taught me the easiest and most surefire way to make cous cous. There are a lot of theories out there on how to cook grains but here’s the tip on cous cous. Empty as much as you want into a bowl, boil water, season as you would pasta and pour 1” over the cous cous. I add frozen vegetables to the bowl (easy, peasy) and it’s a one bowl dish in less than 10 minutes.