One Med Recipe A Week

From the moment the March/April I 2011 issue of Cook’s Illustrated arrived at Oldways I have been waiting for an occasion to try this recipe. The...
On Thursday night I had dinner at Via Matta with Frank Sacks of Harvard School of Public Health fame. Our dinners were terrific (burrata with pickled...
Mediterranean Month is here! Go for vegetables! Since May is Mediterranean month and because one focus of Oldways’ Med Month celebrations is...
This week’s One New Recipe is not Mediterranean, but it is wonderfully delicious and simple. The recipe for Buttermilk-Cinnamon Coffee Cake comes from...
Christopher Hirsheimer and Melissa Hamilton’s book, Canal House Cooking is wonderfully seasonal. Hoping for spring and warmer weather in Boston, I...
One of the first dishes I prepared in my “One New Med Recipe” series was a delicious Chicken Tagine. The spices and seasonings of Moroccan tagines are...
As Julia della Croce wrote in The Oldways Table , “legumes are vegetables with the power of meat, and our ancestors couldn’t have done without them...
When I was planning the menu for a dinner with Dun’s son Porter and his wife Serena and their children, Suzannah and Abbott, I wanted to try a...
Now that my children have their own apartments, I don’t see their friends quite as often. I miss seeing them and hearing about their lives; I even...
The foods of Italy, Spain, and Greece leap quickly to mind when we think of the Mediterranean Diet, but what about all those other countries...
Since pears poached in red wine with baby greens, topped with walnuts, goat cheese and fabulous vinaigrette make up one of my favorite salads to...
I’ve found an easy way to guarantee at least one new recipe each week — organize a dinner party! I’ve also discovered that choosing the menu is...

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