Owls are nocturnal animals, meaning they come out only at night. The same rules do not apply to owl-shaped cheese balls; this guy makes a fitting afternoon party snack.
This pretty purple slurp is a quick and healthy alternative to a stack of blueberry pancakes.
This is a great make-ahead party dish – the flavor improves as the vinaigrette soaks in and it’s equally delicious served chilled or at room temperature.
These sweet and tart jam bars are perfect for the start of spring.
This recipe is one I developed for my friend’s food blog, foodandthings.com.
This is a fresh, bright spring or summer salad that can be served warm or at room temperature.
Use tomato pesto as you would traditional pesto
This simple salad has it all – salty cheese, sweet berries, crunchy nuts, and soft greens!
Vegetable Paella with Red Peppers, Artichokes, Cannellini Beans, Smoked Paprika, Saffron, and Crispy Tofu
This one pan dish of rice, veggies, and protein is a well-balanced meal that a whole family will enjoy — and what’s more is it’s completely vegetarian!
This brightly flavored and super easy gazpacho is a fabulous way to use up farmers market produce.
Peconic Bay Scallops are such a treasure on the North Fork
I learned how to make this dish from my Chinese-American friend, Onke Wilde.
Every August -- at least for the last 35 years, my husband and I hold our "Out-in-the-Country" party.
The "Best Presentation" winner from the Fall Potluck
The “Best Taste” winner from the Fall Potluck
The "Best Use of Theme" winner from the Fall Potluck
"Everyone loves Dulce de Leche; I think Cajeta is even better!"
Our 2013 Spring Potluck Winner for Best Theme and Overall Best Dish!
Our 2013 Spring Potluck Winner for Best Presentation!
Our 2013 Spring Potluck Winner for Best Taste!
The editors at Fine Cooking asked me to create this recipe for their broiler story.
I favor a moderately moist scone in a wedge shape, which is what this recipe delivers.
Cheesecake brownies have long been a hit on the bake sale circuit.
This 15 minute pressure-cooker risotto has become one of my standard company dishes.
Here’s a perfect salad to kick off the new year.
Ginger and lime are both strong flavors, but they marry perfectly, particularly in this variation of Key Lime Pie.
Enjoying traditional St. Patrick’s Day fare was how my husband and I liked to celebrate our anniversary.
When it’s just the two of you, make the evening special by whipping up this luxurious winter pasta dish—perfect for a romantic Valentine’s supper.
I made this sprightly dip for the spring NYWCA Potluck, which featured recipes that help you clean out your pantry.
This simple, satisfying soup was inspired by a late-afternoon lunch last winter at Northern Spy Food Company in the East Village.