Welcome to Ruhlman.com where I blog about food, cooking, recipes and technique, because the world is better when we cook for ourselves. Thanks for visiting and I hope you’ll join the conversation.Follow
Tag Archives: orange
CIA in the fall of 1999, two years after the publication of Making of a Chef wherein I described the humiliating service experience on my first day at St. Andrew's restaurant, and Chef Czack lofted an overly generous tip onto my table with a look of withering disdain for my shoddy performance, he himself hosted me at the Danny Kaye Theater for an interview. I had been provided a pink beverage, strangely, as one almost always is given water. Chef Czack held out his hand to the drink. "Can you tell us what this is?" he asked me. I looked blankly at it, took a ...When I returned to the
Bitters, and in my original post on it. Sugar muddled with bitters, ice, American whiskey, and a twist. Brad laments that it's too often gussied up and over-muddled with orange and overly adorned. Brad also notes a nostalgia for the gritty undissolved sugar, but nevertheless recommends simple syrup in his. I am like-minded on all counts. Except. I splurged on these awesome cherries, "original" maraschinos. Also I really wanted to feature rye whiskey, here Bulleit rye, a whiskey on the upswing in America. And this great, great cocktail, the ...My inclination is to simplify. And with this, one of the oldest and sturdiest of cocktails, the old fashioned, should be just that, as Brad Parsons notes in his excellent book
Michael and Donna are in New York City for the week meeting up with book publishers and OpenSky, and Michael is judging Iron Chef. He asked me to do another repost today, so I selected one of Donna's photos. Look forward to a new post from Michael on Monday. —Emilia Originally Posted March 30, 2011 ruhlmanphotography.com. Update: In response to a comment on the original post, Donna says she can make available reasonably priced 11x14 prints of this photo or any of her shots ...
ruhlmanphotography.com. This last one reflects where we've been. Florida at the height of citrus season. Great weather for the first time in a decade, excellent lunch at Cafe Morada, jaw achingly chewy conch fritters at Alabama Jack's, an excellent meal at a new place on Palm Beach (my mom's a real estate agent at Sotheby's there) at Buccan, and delicious and genuine daiquiris at Nick and Johnny's watching Duke's final win (sigh). Back home and will resume posting Monday (thinking stock more ...
ruhlmanphotography.com. Update: In response to a comment below, Donna says she can make available reasonably priced 11x14 prints of this photo or any of her shots on her site. Email her there or send me an email via the above contact tab, and one of us will get back to you next week. I'm on vacation from now until Monday, April 4. Until then, check back in here every other weekday for another of Donna's photos. As ever, I'm grateful to all who come to this site, especially those who ...