pie

Eats of Eden: Out of season

Apple-cranberry pie appears in a back copy of Cook’s Illustrated. The genesis of this entry has roots all the way back to Thanksgiving. It was a small-scale feast for just me and MVH, and it was delicious. MVH grilled a turkey breast (a first for him), and it was smoky and moist. I made mashed […]


Eats of Eden: Rich and French

La Tarte Tatin, fresh from the oven. There’s a meditative quality to peeling and slicing apples. The straight peeler blade leaves flat paths over the curved surface. I’m like a gem cutter, teasing out facets. I create edges where there were none before. Despite blogging about Julia Child’s tarte tatin, my expectation for the dessert […]

Dear Zucchini Diary: Two-try tart

Whey drains out of yogurt. I put 1 cup of yogurt in a cheesecloth-lined strainer. The liquid seeped out over two days. The first time I made this recipe, I was underwhelmed. The ricotta was just there, thick and bland. So were the summer squash medallions. The tomato sauce, however — nothing more than a […]

Eats of Eden: Apple twofer

Hi there, tiny apple. I wonder how long I’ll keep trying to convince myself that fall isn’t my favorite season. I love summer. Sunlight till 9. Grilling out. Fireflies. Swimming in lakes. But fall is pumpkins and wool and leaves ablaze. Fall is looking back on a great growing season with satisfaction — and relief. […]

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