Pan Seared Scallops, Haricot Vert, Easter Radish, Bacon, Sorrel
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Pan Seared Scallops, Haricot Vert, Easter Radish, Bacon, Sorrel

When it comes to seafood, very few things can compare to eating plump fresh diver scallops. Perfectly prepared, they need nothing more than a simple sprinkle of salt and pepper to bring out their subtle salty, sweet flavor.  To get that crispy sear on the outside and barely cooked pearly white texture on the inside is not … Continue reading

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Kim Chee Chicken & Broccoli for One
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Kim Chee Chicken & Broccoli for One

Chicken and broccoli is a simple as it gets. Served over steamed jasmine rice, this was a common weekend lunch growing up. Mom would heat some oil with ginger and garlic in her wok, then add thinly sliced chicken. Once the chicken was cooked she would remove it from the pan, and add the broccoli florets. A … Continue reading

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Cowboy Ribeye with Garlic Scape Chimichurri

“OK.  I went a little crazy at the market today.  Four pints ice cream, sweet potatoes, garlic scapes, radishes, mushrooms, strawberries and rhubarb…” I think I may have swooned out loud at receiving this text message, and that does not happen every day.  C’mon! Garlic scapes, farm fresh radishes, and local, handmade ice cream?   My … Continue reading

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Summer Round Up #2: Dill Cucumber and Green Tomato Pickles

We’ve just had a freakishly early first snow here in Queens.  Temperatures are already in the mid 30s, and summer is clearly long gone.  How could I be surprised though?  It certainly has been a record year for natural (or should I say unnatural) occurrences here in New York.  Remember that one week in the … Continue reading

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