This winter in NYC has been an especially chilly one, leaving us to crave warm comforting dishes. We invited our good friends from Ali+Echo for an afternoon in the kitchen. We began by toasting an array of fragrant spices and grinding them in our mortar and pestle. This step is important as it intensifies the flavor of the spices in the dish. We added the spices to our lamb stew and let it bubble away on the stovetop while we rolled out fresh zaatar flatbread to serve alongside it.Read More
Don't let that leftover bread go to waste! Next time you have stale bread sitting around, try making ribollita, a classic Italian soup that transforms those forgotten scraps into a bowl of comfort. This version is full of fresh fall veggies like kale and parsnips, and it gets an umami blast from the crispy caper topping. It is a hearty, healthful dish amongst all the rich holiday foods we've been devouring.Read More
We're thrilled to have been asked by the NY Post to shoot and style a collection of recipes from some of our favorite chefs in New York.Read More
We can’t all go on holiday in the south of France, but eating like a Francophile doesn’t have to be a luxury. Meld the right flavors and paradise will hardly seem an ocean away.
Consider tarragon and olives your transportation to the Pyrenees. These flavors aren’t just tasty they’re poignant. When tossed with perfectly poached octopus, this combination inspires.Read More