Archive for August, 2012

ALL RECIPES, East Hampton

CARROTS WITH HORSERADISH AND HONEYCOMB

CARROTS WITH HORSERADISH AND HONEYCOMB

Gabrielle Hamilton, chef/owner of Prune restaurant in NYC’s fashionable Lower East Side, has a nifty item on this summer’s menu: peas with horseradish and honeycomb.  The great thing about Gabrielle’s cooking is the intense flavors.  Her chicken leg recipe (forget the breast, dark meat is the richest part of the bird, yeah baby!) includes a […]

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ALL RECIPES, Appetizers, East Hampton

MONTAUK CEVICHE

MONTAUK CEVICHE

Ceviche is pretty forgiving as long as you adhere to some simple rules: only use the freshest fish possible and a good amount of fresh acidic fruit juice to cure it.  I always include lime juice, either straight up or mixed with other fruit juices, like grapefruit which has a mellowing effect. But all sorts […]

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ALL RECIPES, Breads, Breakfast

LEMON RICOTTA MUFFINS WITH TRUVIA BAKING BLEND

LEMON RICOTTA MUFFINS WITH TRUVIA BAKING BLEND

I met Truvia when she was just a baby. She made her debut on Rockefeller Plaza in the summer of 2008, just before our first House Beautiful Kitchen of the Year. She was just as sweet as can be from the very start. There was a darling nursery set up for her, all surrounded by […]

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ALL RECIPES, Famous Chefs, Main Dishes, Sullivan Family Recipes

IACONO FARM FRIED CHICKEN

IACONO FARM FRIED CHICKEN

There’s no secret to this recipe for fried chicken — it’s the quality of the bird. East Hampton’s Iacono Farm has been raising chickens in clapboard coops since the Truman administration. They (the chickens, not the Iaconos) spend their days scratching the dirt for bugs, blithely maintaining the pecking order under the sunny skies. Happy, healthy, […]

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Thought for Food

THOUGHT FOR FOOD

THOUGHT FOR FOOD

New and old downtown New York City: Geary and Woolworth Buildings. Another take on new/old NYC: Delmonico’s  Lobster Newberg Recipe       Brooklyn Bridge pedestrian walk — under construction. Get your fix of Brooklyn with Black and White Malted Ice Cream with Black and White Cookies Recipe. Share and enjoy:

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East Hampton, Famous Chefs, Kitchen Gadgets

FROM THE ESTATE OF CRAIG CLAIBORNE

An unexpected turn of events led to my being involved in clearing out the late Craig Claiborne’s house before it was to be demolished. Click to read the main story here. A good friend of Craig’s was overseeing the clean-up, clear-out, and in thanks for spending a day helping her out, we were allowed to […]

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