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Chicken Biryani Chicken Biryani By Susan eats London 02/23/15 05:22 Biryani, the storied Indian dish of fragrant layered rice, spices, and (usually) meat, if made well, is one of my favorite things. A good biryani is richly aromatic; indeed, a magnificently flowery aroma is an essential part of the dish. … Continue reading...
Aubergine and Lentil Pie Aubergine and Lentil Pie By Susan eats London 11/24/14 23:19 As luck would have it, the very first vegetarian main I trialed for Thanksgiving was such a winner that I did not need to attempt others. (I promise those recipes in time for Christmas.) This aubergine and lentil pie hits all … Continue reading →
Herbed Farro and Cauliflower Herbed Farro and Cauliflower By Susan eats London 11/16/14 20:49 Any holiday centered around preparing and consuming abundant amounts of food is right up my street. In the United States, this holiday is Thanksgiving, and in the UK it’s Christmas. I love to cook for my friends and loved ones, … Continue reading →
1001 Restaurants (Blowing my own Trumpet) 1001 Restaurants (Blowing my own Trumpet) By Susan eats London 10/18/14 05:24 Pardon the interruption from the shameless self-promotion department. About a year ago, thanks entirely to the benevolent intervention of my dear friend Nicola, I was asked to be a contributing writer for a forthcoming publication, 1001 Restaurants to Experience...
Chicken Liver, Pear, and Cognac Mousse Chicken Liver, Pear, and Cognac Mousse By Susan eats London 08/26/14 06:08 I knew today that summer was almost at an end when I saw the first new crop pears at the grocery store. It astonishes me how rapidly this one has sped past. I love autumn, but I’m not ready for … Continue reading →
Shrimping in the Hood Canal Shrimping in the Hood Canal By Susan eats London 06/30/14 07:19 Like many of the best things I have done, the decision to go shrimping was hatched around my dinner table, during an impromptu Sunday night dinner party. My friend Larry, a self-described Shed Boy (he has forsaken a traditional career … Continue reading...
Pistachio and Cashew Baklava Fingers Pistachio and Cashew Baklava Fingers By Susan eats London 04/03/14 17:09 Before I set out to make baklava, a friend of Greek origin advised me, “don’t hold back on the syrup.” This is sound advice. Baklava is a traditional dessert in countries that were part of the former Ottoman empire. Early … Continue reading →
Kale, Chicory, and Hazelnut “Caesar” Salad Kale, Chicory, and Hazelnut “Caesar” Salad By Susan eats London 03/11/14 02:02 My friend Jess wrote me recently to tell me that puntarelle has appeared at my beloved Booth’s, at Spa Terminus near Maltby Street, in London. Puntarelle is a variety of chicory grown in Italy with an unusually brief growing season, … Continue reading →...
Southern-Style Frosted Cinnamon Rolls Southern-Style Frosted Cinnamon Rolls By Susan eats London 01/15/14 22:39 The thing that I love most about baking in the American South is the blithe disregard for caloric content and cholesterol. A close second is the Southern fondness for, well, stickiness. Gooey frostings and sticky caramel reign supreme. Baked goods … Continue...
Cranberry Kuchen Cranberry Kuchen By Susan eats London 12/10/13 05:49 My blogging has suffered, as of late, as has my cooking, due to a constellation of issues – a remodel, a heavy workload, and a short-term food-writing project, which has occupied much of my evenings, and which I think I’ll … Continue reading →
Pan-Seared Octopus with Delicata Squash, Chickpeas, and Saffron Pan-Seared Octopus with Delicata Squash, Chickpeas, and Saffron By Susan eats London 11/13/13 17:46 Many people shy away from cooking octopus, believing that it is too difficult to cook. The truth is slightly different. Octopus is relatively easy to cook; it’s tenderizing the octopus that poses the challenges. Perfectly-cooked octopus definitely must...
Linguine with Sea Urchin Roe (Uni) Sauce Linguine with Sea Urchin Roe (Uni) Sauce By Susan eats London 11/04/13 04:40 Strictly speaking, the edible part of sea urchin – uni, as it’s called in Japanese – isn’t roe at all. It is the animal’s gonads, and will eventually turn into sperm (milt) or roe, depending on the animal’s sex. Uni … Continue reading →
Huckleberry-Fig Chutney Huckleberry-Fig Chutney By Susan eats London 09/27/13 03:32 My favorite fact about chutney: the word derives from the Sanskrit word caṭnī, meaning to lick. Chutneys are, loosely, a mixture of vegetables or fruit (or both) and spices. Indian chutneys can be cooked or raw, blended or pounded, pickled … Continue reading...
Peach Upside-Down Cake Peach Upside-Down Cake By Susan eats London 09/19/13 23:22 The last of the peaches. Parental scoffing notwithstanding, I found using up 25 pounds of peaches a formidable task. Despite making six quarts of canned peaches, four jars of peach jam, peach salsa, grilled peaches, and freezing a sack of … Continue reading...
My Mother’s Canned Peaches My Mother’s Canned Peaches By Susan eats London 09/11/13 07:42 High on the list of the many things my mother does very, very well in the kitchen is pickling and preserving. During the summertime, my telephone conversations with my parents usually go something like this: Me: What have you been … Continue reading →
Nectarine Shortcakes with Nectarine Butter Caramel Nectarine Shortcakes with Nectarine Butter Caramel By Susan eats London 09/03/13 08:57 The end of summer is bittersweet. In the Pacific Northwest at midsummer it gets dark at 10 p.m., but by the end of August the days get shorter, the nights cooler, and the rain begins to return. This summer in … Continue reading →
Dungeness Crab and Corn Cakes with Sriracha Mayonnaise Dungeness Crab and Corn Cakes with Sriracha Mayonnaise By Susan eats London 08/21/13 18:15 This week I have been grappling with the Great Crustacean Controversy. Specifically, do the crabs, lobsters, and other crustaceans we eat feel pain, and if so, what is the most humane way to kill them? Or, as David Foster Wallace … Continue reading →
75th Birthday Barbecued Ribs 75th Birthday Barbecued Ribs By Susan eats London 08/13/13 06:42 It’s good to have people in your life who push you out of your comfort zone. My lovely friend Nicola pushes me way past my comfortable depth (in positive ways), and leads by example. Thanks to Nicola, in early May, … Continue reading →
Miso Ginger Glaze Miso Ginger Glaze By Susan eats London 07/28/13 20:05 My mother is one of the world’s great food hoarders. Her freezer is always packed so full that when you open the freezer door things invariably tumble out: half a dozen New York bagels in a plastic bag, a Tupperware … Continue reading →
Raspberry Salted Pine Nut Brittle Ice Cream Raspberry Salted Pine Nut Brittle Ice Cream By Susan eats London 07/20/13 17:41 So I had another post in the line-up to publish today, but with the east coast, England, and northern Europe choking in a heat wave, I felt it I should bump something cool, refreshing, and summery to the head of … Continue reading →

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