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smitten kitchen

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

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  • 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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  • chocolate caramel tart
    Shortly after my husband and I began dating — the dark ages; no seriously, his phone at the time looked like this and I was like whoa, look how fancy you are, dude — we went on a road trip somewhere, stopped at a gas station, and...
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  • cabbage and mushroom “lasagna”
    In July, because I make no sense at all, I decided to knock an item off my To Cook list that’s been there since 2010, a golden, bubbling, layered dish of mushrooms, cabbage, thinly sliced potatoes bound with a bechamel sauce and topped...
    3 weeks ago  ·  Share it:   facebook · twitter · e-mail
  • drop cornbread biscuits
    This past Saturday, we hosted our second Friendsgiving, stuffing 17 people in an apartment that has no business holding 17 people, but it’s okay, there’s wine for that.
    4 weeks ago  ·  Share it:   facebook · twitter · e-mail
  • roberta’s roasted garlic caesar salad
    I realize that the internet needs another recipe for caesar salad as much as it probably needs another new spin on chocolate chip cookies (guilty as charged, of course).
    1 month ago  ·  Share it:   facebook · twitter · e-mail
  • sunken black forest cake
    My kids will be at least 25% candy for the rest of the week, as the season demands.
    2 months ago  ·  Share it:   facebook · twitter · e-mail
  • candy pork
    What’s in a cooking repertoire? Is it basics, like how to make rice and a go-to method for roasting chicken? Is it your family’s classics, like a plum cake or the roast a cousin makes on Christmas Eve? Is it a collection of durab...
    2 months ago  ·  Share it:   facebook · twitter · e-mail
  • even more perfect apple pie
    I did not intend to go on an apple pie making bender.
    2 months ago  ·  Share it:   facebook · twitter · e-mail
  • crispy spinach pizza
    I went through a phase this summer where I couldn’t stop making crispy spinach pizza, but I had no plans to tell you about for a couple reasons, the first of which is it’s absolutely hideous.
    2 months ago  ·  Share it:   facebook · twitter · e-mail
  • breakfast burritos
    The first time I made breakfast burritos the way I like them — that is, the eggs softly scrambled and never dry, busy with vegetables, and nothing terrifying like hot, wet lettuce inside, second only to eating them in front seat of your car in ...
    3 months ago  ·  Share it:   facebook · twitter · e-mail