Living in a heavily Portuguese part of Rhode Island, you quickly get to know the local delicacies: papo seco, pasteis de nata, chourico–they’re all delicious. Another famous Portuguese-American creation is the bifana sandwich, a messy… Read More »BIFANA SANDWICH WITH CHIMICHURRI SAUCE
When baked, feta transforms into creamy and luscious, with that same saline bite it’s known for.
As the year winds down and my cooking becomes increasingly root vegetable-heavy, I find myself craving bright, fresh flavors. The day after Thanksgiving, I make a salad of romaine, cold Bartlett pears cut into slivers,… Read More »BAKED GOAT CHEESE, PEAR, AND PECAN SALAD
This chicken and dumpling soup is unlike most with slippery, flat dumplings instead of fluffy ones. But it’s delicious, and is a taste of my childhood.