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Saffron-Date Posset – A Dessert You Should Know – Recipe

One of the many great things about working at ChefSteps is that at any given moment, amazingly delicious things are subject to appear on top of the staff-food fridge, which means “come ‘n get it.” A few weeks ago, Grant or Ben or Nick, I’m not sure, put up posset.

Poss-what? Believe me, I had to …

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Romesco Sauce – Spanish Red Pepper and Hazelnut (or Almond) Sauce – Recipe

Gigandes Beans With Romesco and Saffron Broth

Romesco is a wonderful Spanish sauce made from roasted red peppers, tomatoes, roasted garlic and toasted nuts. It can be used as a party dip or spread, served as part of a tapas-style meal, stirred into mayonaise, slathered onto a sandwich…

Romesco is typically thickened with bread, but I wanted a thinner consistency for the dish …

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Polenta with Peperonata – Recipe

Polenta with Pepperonata

Peperonata is one of the most luscious things you can make from humble ingredients. First you slowly roast bell peppers, then stew them with sofrito and onions until you’ve got a meltingly rich sauce that goes anywhere from antipasto to panini, and it is phenomenal over polenta.

If you aren’t familiar with sofrito, it is simply …

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Shiitake Congee

Sous Vide Shiitake Congee

In the next paragraph, I’m going to use a potentially scary word. After all, it is French, and it also might make you think you are going to need expensive new kitchen gear to do it (you won’t). Please remain calm, because as you’ll see, I need your help.

And that word is: . (Fine, it …

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Brussels Sprout and Apple Hash – Recipe

Brussels Sprout and Apple Hash

I demo’ed this Brussels sprout and apple hash from my cookbook on KCTS recently, and a reader pointed out that the recipe isn’t anywhere on the site. So here you go! Although I think of it as a side dish that goes well with mac & cheese or a rustic soup and salad, I’ve also been …

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Smoked Tofu Buns – Recipe

Yes, this is directly inspired by David Chang’s legendary pork buns. I just did them with smoked tofu instead of pig, and my pickle is a little different, and I kinda like kochujang (Korean miso/chili paste) on them instead of hoisin sauce. Next time I think I might swap out the pickle in favor of …

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Vegetarian Bibimbap – Korean Rice with Vegetables And Kochujang – Recipe

Vegetarian Bibimbap

Considering that I’ve posted a fair number of Korean recipes over the years, it seems odd that I’ve never written down my favorite Korean dish of all: . Pronounced “bee-bim-bop”, bibimbap is simply a bowl of hot rice with a variety of cooked and raw vegetables. A raw, poached, or fried egg is served on top …

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