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This Japanese version of fried chicken is served with piquant tonkatsu dipping sauce. You won’t miss the skin with the crispy panko crust. Steamy hot rice is served on the side. You’ll need a frying pan with high sides and … Continue reading
Focaccia with Figs and Prosciutto If your acquaintance with figs so far has been the familiar Newtons, you’re in for a delicious surprise—fresh figs. Soon to appear in northeast markets, fresh figs, with their honey sweet flavor and soft texture, … Continue reading
If you crave the crunchiest calamari, put the wheat flour aside and think tempura. We’re not talking about anything heavily coated here, but a light golden brown crispy coating using rice flour. Many recipes for fried calamari call for a … Continue reading
Aside from being utterly delicious, ravioli are fun to make. Here is a pillowy three-cheese version. They freeze perfectly, so make enough for another meal. Basic Egg Pasta (yield: 1 ½ lbs. dough) 3 ½ cups sifted all-purpose flour … Continue reading
For those of you who may have been wondering what happened to cook, shoot eat a food photographers journey, the blog it’s been a while. Where I have been you ask? I have been writing a book. I was commissioned … Continue reading
As the song goes, “I’m as corny as Kansas in August… .” And I proudly admit it. The end of the summer most assuredly sets my mind on certain culinary treats – and fresh corn is definitely one of them. … Continue reading
Not being from the South, I had no reference for good ole pork barbecue growing up. I mean, I am from the South of Brooklyn, NY (not to be confused with the neighborhood of “South Brooklyn,” which is actually situated … Continue reading