Soy-Sauce Stewed Tomatoes

As you know, not much needs to be done to a tomato when it's perfectly ripe. Salt, pepper, maybe some olive oil. Still, it's nice to shake things up a little—but maintain that same spirit of simplicity. An easy dish I like is thick slices of ripe tomato sprinkled with soy sauce, scallions, and pepper, maybe …

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Essential Tofu Burgers with Easy Quick Pickles

This week I shared a new recipe for tofu burgers on Food52. Back when I wrote Veggie Burgers Every Which Way I wasn't as enthusiastic about tofu as I am now, now that I've spent a lot more time enjoying it on its own and in the myriad of delicious ways that it appears in …

(Wal)Nut Muffins with Lemon Glaze + Seattle/SF Food Rec’s

I stumbled on these muffins when I was flipping—well, scrolling—through old issues of Feast by Lukas and I remembered how good and easy they were. Sturdy but tender, and just under-sweetened enough sans glaze to pass as breakfast, but with it, you've got a casual dessert. And like most muffins it's a simple process of stirring the wet ingredients into the …

Chili and Bowls

Last weekend, while it was still unseasonably warm here in New York, I bought a bag of mixed soup beans at the farmers market and set out to make chili. (I found the beans—beautiful beans!—through a great new initiative called the Greenmarket Regional Grains Project.) I wondered if it was too warm, that chili was the wrong thing for the weather. But …