Cook From The Book and Win A Huge Calphalon Set – Contest

Calphalon Set 2

My whole dream with the cookbook is that it is one people will use on a regular basis. I wanted to share recipes with you that are manageable to make, and delicious enough to keep making. So I get really excited when people write back to tell me what they’ve made and how they liked …

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Mexican Torta with Refried Black Beans and Roasted Poblano Pepper – Video Recipe

Mexican Breakfast Torta

Tortas are Mexican sandwiches. They generally have a base of refried beans, which can be topped with just about anything. In the video I’ll show you a version with avocado and a moderately picante roasted poblano pepper, with a simple cabbage slaw for some added crunch. In my cookbook I’ve got a breakfast variation with …

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Butterscotch Pudding with Bittersweet Ganache and Caramelized White Chocolate Crispies – Recipe

Butterscotch Pudding with Chocolate Ganache and Caramelized White Chocolate Crispies

Okay, I’m not going to kid you. This pudding is over the top, and it is also a significant amount of work and mess if you make all 3 components. It is also ridiculously delicious. If you want to simplify it, you could skip the crispies or not caramelize the white chocolate used to make …

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Maple-Roasted Shiitake Mushrooms – Recipe

Maple Roasted Shiitake Mushrooms

When I was a kid, I would see my uncle Irv mix together his breakfast plate full of waffles, eggs, bacon and syrup, taking bites of everything together, and I thought it was horrifying. The idea of mixing sweet, smoky, savory and salty items together wasn’t something I would even consider. Now I realize he …

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Was Your Chocolate Made with Child Slave Labor?

There are questions I wish I didn't have to ask myself.

One of them arrived in my inbox yesterday, from Rachel Nussbaum, the rabbi of Kavana, a Jewish cooperative community that our family belongs to. Social justice is an important part of Kavana's mission, and the group that focuses on it has been learning about slavery and …

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Book Tour Update – With Pictures!

Cooking at CHOW

I’m in the middle of a two week swing around the country to introduce my cookbook. It has been just an incredible trip so far. In the past week I’ve been to San Francisco, Los Angeles, Austin, DC, and now I’ve just landed in Boston and already done one signing. Everyone has been so kind …

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Korean Yakisoba with French Horn Mushroom, Tofu and 5:10 Egg – Recipe

Korean Yakisoba with French Horn Mushroom, Tofu and 5:10 Egg

I asked around on the social medias to see if there was an official name for Japanese yakisoba noodles cooked with Korean flavors, and no-one came up with anything, but I have a hard time believing that some version of this dish doesn’t exist. So someone please let me know the right term.

Meanwhile, make this …

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