A Recipe for the Sun: Why Spanish Wine & Simple Grilled Salmon

Summer is long days, the sun pouring its song across orange-evening skylines with everything its got. Summer is falling across damp grass, wine bottle in hand, picnic blanket shaken out and mosquito bites. Summer is sun-burns and sand-where-you-don’t-want-it vacations. Summer is lush, drunk on springs abundance. The death of winter is almost forgot, the rebirth of spring … Continue reading A Recipe for the Sun: Why Spanish Wine & Simple Grilled Salmon

How To Kanafeh

This is how I discovered Kanafeh I had been in Jordan for several weeks and my love affair with Arabian sweets had reached a lofty peak. In fact, I would begin and end each day with a platter of pastries, smothered in honeys and syrups that would flood through heaps of pistachios on my plate. I had reached junkie … Continue reading How To Kanafeh

How To Tagine

Preparing for a trip to Morocco I came across an article covering the tagine. Before I even set foot overseas I was obsessed with international dishes and this one, cooked in a dome-shaped earthenware pot of the same name, sparked my imagination. A quick jaunt to Sur La Table closed the gap between myself and … Continue reading How To Tagine