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Homemade Sauerkraut

Making sauerkraut at home is very easy. You just need a few pieces of equipment and time for it to ferment. Sauerkraut is also a good introduction to making lacto-fermented pickles. I always wish the store bought stuff was a little less sour, so making it at home is great because I can control theContinue reading “Homemade Sauerkraut”

Braised Sauerkraut (Choucroute Braisée)

Like many other cooks stuck at home during this pandemic, maybe you’ve started making your own ferments, like sourdough starter or fermented pickles.  Now I always have a batch of homemade sauerkraut fermenting in the pantry putting pressure on us to consume what’s already in our fridge.  So not long ago, while flipping through Julia Child’s MasteringContinue reading “Braised Sauerkraut (Choucroute Braisée)”

Berkshire Pork Ragu Bianco

Weekends for us are all about fast cars and slow food.  Last week DP and I celebrated the first Formula One Grand Prix at Mugello by having a little Tuscan themed race day.  We opened the windows of our little New York apartment and imagined being outside at the track, crammed next to fellow tifosi, hearing the roar ofContinue reading “Berkshire Pork Ragu Bianco”

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About Me

Hi, I’m Priscilla. Once a reluctant architect, I’m now an executive chef in New York City. When I’m not working, I’m usually exploring new places with my fella DP, or at home cooking up something new. Here I share some of my favorite recipes, tips, and tricks of the trade that you can try at home.

Oh and by the way, our kitchen is about the size of a postage stamp. Things can get a little messy in there, but our cat Steve McQueen (a.k.a. SMQ) doesn’t seem to mind so neither do we.

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