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WHAT ONE OF THE WORLD’S TOP CHEF FEEDS HIS CHILD

That’s me, feeling positively starstruck in the presence of Yotam Ottolenghi, one of the most admired chefs in the world at the moment. The Israeli-born, London-based guru of vegetable cookery was in town over the weekend as part of a tour for his latest cookbook, Plenty More (Ten Speed Press, 2014). Guests at the event were […]

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FRIENDSHIP AND FRENCH LENTIL SALAD

Like every parent, when my kids were tiny, my husband and I made all the decisions, from what they’d eat for breakfast to when they’d go to bed. In the toddler years, we even chose their playmates since, most often, they were the conveniently timed offspring of our own friends. By preschool, my kids were […]

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TOLL HOUSE CHOCOLATE CHIP “MAKEOVER” COOKIES

There are weeks when so much baking goes on around here that I wonder if I’m not living in a tiny cookie factory with amateur bakers at the helm. Cookies are usually at the top of the agenda. I’m guessing cookies might be popular around your house too, so I thought I’d do a two-part […]

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