Chraime

Chraime is a traditional North African dish that’s also popular in Israel and other Middle Eastern countries. It’s essentially fish simmered in a t...

Cabbage and Apple Slaw

A hearty raw vegetable slaw holds well in the refrigerator, making this trio of cabbage, apples, and carrots ideal as a quick make-ahead salad or s...

Japanese Curry

I grew up eating Japanese curry (it’s one of the most popular meals to cook at home in Japan). It’s a curious dish when you actually look at the i...

Spicing Up Pizza

Here's a non-recipe for a change. We often get people in the shop who are here with friends and stand to the side, and when I ask them what they're...

Oven Baked Bagna Càuda

I grew up eating fondue when we spent time with my grandparents in Germany, and have many fond memories of dipping bread in cheese and occasionally...

Thanksgiving Recipes

Here is our collection of Thanksgiving Recipes for 2020. For our 2021 full spread, please click here.   Ayala Thanksgiving Stuffing Roa...

Chocolate Pots de Crème

Ghaya Oliveira makes smart use of her North African culinary heritage by incorporating her homeland's ingredients into classic desserts to give the...

Fruit Caponata

As you may know, I’m a huge fan of Sicily and their regional cuisine. My wife and I had many servings of caponata as we traveled the island, and th...

Grilled Peaches

Not just something to add to tea, here jasmine blossoms lend floral and bitter balancing notes to grilled peaches.  

Simple Salade Niçoise

I think summer salads should be a showcase of summer produce, easy to prepare, and fun to eat when it’s hot out. To that end I’ve simplified the c...

Salvador Seared Tuna

It took me about three years to get a meeting with Eric Ripert to talk to him about spices. What was supposed to be a quick introduction turned int...

Beach House Paella

My brother and I grew up eating versions of paella made by our German and Japanese parents. Though both would have upset most traditionalists, we l...