Miss Madeleine’s Kale Gratin

Kale Gratin

I was effectively ejected from the Global Supper Club after moving to Philadelphia, but its recipes live on in my heart and my kitchen. This decadent kale gratin was one of the stars when our group prepared a Friendsgiving feast, and I made it this year when I hosted my family. Yes, that means I finally got the chance to roast a whole turkey (so easy- like cooking a big chicken), but I’m not sure it’s even worth sharing a … Continue reading

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Nutritious and Delicious Zucchini Bread

Zucchini Bread

I have been making this zucchini bread regularly for years, and it’s really not fair that I haven’t let you in on this recipe until now. It’s the perfect thing to make when the farmers markets are overrun by zucchini, or when you find that rogue, overgrown squash in the back of your garden (not a problem I’ve ever been lucky enough to have). This bread is just sweet enough to work as a satisfying dessert, but it’s packed with … Continue reading

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Charred Cross-Cut Short Ribs

Charred Cross-Cut Short RIbs

I have wanted to cook cross-cut short ribs for a very long time. They always seemed so cute! And being able to enjoy short ribs without hours spent tending a dutch oven seemed too good to pass up, plus they’re a really great canvas for Asian-inspired flavors. David and I recently ate grilled short ribs at a Korean BBQ place in NYC, and they were off-puttingly crunchy (not in the cooked and crispy kind of way). They actually would have … Continue reading

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