Category Archives: Breakfast
Ruhlman's Twenty but keep meaning to publish it here because it takes about 10 minutes total prep time (an hour to simmer), and with some rice and pappadams is a great meal. The thing is we'd eaten all the rice, I didn't feel like plain dal or heating oil for pappadams, and I happened to be writing about a specific dessert crepe. And there it was—I'll make a couple of crepes. Where on earth, though, is there a recipe for ...I'm working on a book unrelated to ratios, but midday Saturday as my over-caffeinated stomach began to rumble, I thought about the Indian dal we'd had the night before, one of our staple meals. I've published the recipe in
Still recovering from 10 days of Key West fine food and postprandial debauchery, I’m giving my site over today to my friend Stephanie Stiavetti (@sstiavetti), who writes The Culinary Life blog, and whose first book, Melt, will be published next year by Little, Brown (a fine book to which I happily contributed the introduction). I'll be back on Friday with a Key West–inspired cocktail to combat the winter grays. Take it away, Steph, and thanks for keeping it simple and discussing a critical cooking technique!—M.R. by Stephanie Stiavetti Bread pudding needn't be complicated. At its core, custard is a straightforward dish consisting of cream and egg yolks. For a sweet custard you add sugar, alongside tiny, fragrant vanilla beans (usually), and that's about as fussy as it gets. The best bread puddings ...
butter-poached shrimp and grits in Ruhlman's Twenty is one of my favorite dishes, period). Just be sure to use real grits (instant grits are not grits). I used Bob's ...Now that the kids are back in school and Donna and I are back from travel, life returns to its homey routine. Which happily includes an actual late Sunday morning breakfast. It's one of the best times to cook and can be one of the most satisfying meals of the week. First of all, I've got to say it loud: GRITS! Grits are fabulous and I can't tell you how many people taste them and say they can't believe people don't eat them more often. Honestly, you should make them a staple (the