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All I wanted was a slice. That's not too much to ask, is it?
In 1974, when I was three years old, my grandparents returned from a trip to Florida with a gift for my mother and my aunt. They carried it in a box, a few small branches of an orange tree. My aunt planted hers and it died almost immediately but Mom, who has a way with plants and flowers, potted the branch and it …
I was in elementary school during the final sad years of my parents' marriage. We had moved out of New York City to Westchester and lived on a street that was more country than suburban. I had a friend named Kevin who lived up the road in a big, dilapidated house. He kept a water-logged copy of Hustler under the front…
1 Large Roast of Beef
Apple season is here.
Bucatini All’Amatriciana is my go-to meal, a signature dish in Rome (or just outside of Rome). It’s simple: bacon (or, in Rome, Guanciale), onions, hot pepper flakes, olive oil and tomatoes. Served with bucatini, the long pasta with a hole in the middle.
Okay, so not an ingredient but a recipe and a sure shot one at that. A rich and silky corn soup without cream or anything fattening. Easy to make. Just takes is a little patience to strain the soup at the end.
Happiness is this:
What's essential to have in your kitchen? The basics that make life richer—and tastier. Well, you could do worse than starting with this beautiful finishing salt. Find it—it's worth the dough—and you'll fall in love. It's a life-changer.