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smitten kitchen

A home cooking weblog from a tiny kitchen in New York City.

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  • cauliflower and tomato masala with peas
    Good afternoon from vacation.
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  • chocolate puddle cakes
    From their big debut in the 1990s from chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten to their ever-presence on dessert menus since, chocolate molten lava cakes are easily one of the most trodden tropes of the restaurant world.
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  • bodega-style egg and cheese sandwich
    Like many New Yorkers, I have strong feelings about bodegas (adoration born of dependence) that go from the bodega cats to the stuffed shelves (mine appears to carry more items than our Trader Joe’s), to the griddles.
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  • baked buffalo wings
    My friend Art Bovino is obsessed with Buffalo wings.
    3 weeks ago  ·  Share it:   facebook · twitter · e-mail
  • plush coconut cake
    If you told me a year and a half ago that I wouldn’t have just one, but two vegan cakes on the site, and that I liked them so that I honestly question from time to time why any cakes have any eggs in them, ever, I’d have thought ...
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  • crispy rice and egg bowl with ginger-scallion vinaigrette
    It’s really unfortunate timing, because we’ve got a long year to go and I at one point had many great and luminous cooking plans for it, but they’re all cancelled now because on the afternoon of January 4th, before 2019 had...
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  • cozy cabbage and farro soup
    Last April, Food52’s Cookbook Club chose Smitten Kitchen Every Day as their book to cook through that month, but I promise, this isn’t the point at all.
    2 months ago  ·  Share it:   facebook · twitter · e-mail
  • cosmopolitan
    Did you learn how to cook anything new this year? Anna Hezel, senior editor at Taste (one of my favorite breakout food publications of the last couple years) asked this on Twitter last week and like a Muppet to the ABCs, I couldn’t res...
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  • baklava babka
    I have something really pretty and really festive for us today.
    2 months ago  ·  Share it:   facebook · twitter · e-mail
  • falafel
    Until recently, if you’d asked me if I ever wanted to make falafel at home, I’d have said “sure, one day” but what I meant was “nah, why bother?” I was certain that falafel was fussy to make and had a long...
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