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Meet & Eat: Blogger Cathy Erway, Not Eating Out in New York

Meet and Eat: NY Laren Spirer 2 comments

Author's note: Cathy Erway has become the poster child for New York City home cooks. Her blog, Not Eating Out in New York, chronicles the many reasons (27 and counting) why one would deliberately choose to dine at home in... More

Is a Small Kitchen an Excuse for Bad Cooking or Not Cooking at All?

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Greenleaf Dollhouses In a New York Times Week in Review story Mark Bittman implores home cooks everywhere not to use the size of their kitchen as an excuse to not cook or to stop them from cooking altogether. Says... More

Free Cooking Workshops with the Food Maven

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My friend Arthur Schwartz, who knows more than anyone (Italian or American) about Neapolitan food (yes, he did write the book (Naples at Table), will be conducting three free one-hour cooking and eating workshops on July 6, 7 and 8... More

Diets Try Men's Souls

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I have now walked past my wife's scrumptious lemon-glazed pound cake ten times in the last eight hours, and so far I have been able to resist its siren call. The cake was left over from our dinner party last... More

The Turkey that Came in from the Cold

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Another Thanksgiving has come and gone, along with the usual assortment of mini-triumphs and mini-disasters that always seem to accompany this most food-centric of holidays. I have been brining my turkey the last few years, which in and of itself... More

Turkey Tumult

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Given that I read on-line every major newspaper's Thanksgiving-obsessed food section this past Wednesday on SauteWednesday, I feel compelled to share with all of you my Thanksgiving menu. I buy an Eberly Farms Organic Turkey and brine it overnight. This... More

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