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Archive for April, 2011

OBSESSION: THE PRESS POT THAT STAYS HOT

My husband drinks coffee, and I prefer green tea. I’m not taking any moral or health-related high road here; I simply lost my craving for coffee* a few years back after a nasty bout with the flu, and it never returned. That said, if I find myself in a place with wonderful coffee (Seattle! Miami! […]

SPRING FLING: BROCCOLI RABE AND GARLIC (A SCRATCH SUPPER)

For the past few weeks, we have not been able to get enough of broccoli rabe (pronounced rahb), an assertive green that’s actually closer kin to the turnip than to common broccoli. Descended from the wild mustard that flourishes in Sicily,  it was introduced to the United States in 1927, by the immigrant D’Arrigo Brothers […]

FOWL PLAY: SOUP HENS, SOUPED-UP HENS, AND SUPER-DUPER HENS

“I need fowl!” Susan announced, as she materialized at my side. “For chicken soup. It’s almost Passover.” She threw an icy blue stare at the unfortunate shopper who had just avoided tripping over the tote bags at our feet. It was Saturday morning at the Union Square Greenmarket. The sun hadn’t yet climbed above the buildings […]

FRIED FISH: YOU GOTTA START SOMEWHERE

My mother, an all-around sportswoman, loved to fish, and she didn’t mind scaling and gutting her catch. She was, however, less enthusiastic about cooking it. Uncomplicated was the name of the game. Both my parents felt that the mild fish they preferred—flounder, drum, sheepshead—was so pristine it didn’t need much fooling with, although things changed […]