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EST. 2011 BY LIZ RUEVEN
Tuesday, October 1, 2013

Creamy Polenta with Roasted Mushrooms

Creamy Polenta with Roasted Mushrooms

After dining at Eataly's vegetarian restaurant, Le Verdure, Marla Cohen was inspired to whip up her own creamy polenta with a melange of her favorite 'shrooms. 11830...

Wednesday, January 9, 2019

These Trumpet Mushrooms Beg for Linguini

These Trumpet Mushrooms Beg for Linguini
I love to experiment with all varieties of mushrooms, especially in the winter when green markets can be short on enticing ingredients to spark new creations in my kosher kitchen. Since Seacoast Mushrooms became a weekly vendor at the Westport Farmers' Market, I've joined the throngs of 'shroom enthusiasts ...
Monday, November 7, 2016

3 Reasons We’ve Fallen for Foraged Fungi

3 Reasons We’ve Fallen for Foraged Fungi

As New England is enveloped in autumn’s auburn colors and the forest prepares for winter’s rest, seasonal fall mushrooms shoot out of the rich soil providing cooks with the perfect flavor rich ingredient. If you're lucky enough to find them at your farmers' market, nab them.

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Tuesday, August 11, 2015

Back 40 Kitchen: Taste their Values

Back 40 Kitchen: Taste their Values

If you care about authenticity and a clear vision that begins on a family farm, bringing the freshest ingredients possible to your plate, you'll love Back 40 Kitchen as much as we did. Every detail of the recently opened farm to table restaurant is an expression of Bill and Lesley King's mission to bring o...

Wednesday, February 26, 2014

Earthly Delights at Dirt Candy

Earthly Delights at Dirt Candy

By Hannah Kaminsky No larger than a modest walk-in closet, this unassuming storefront in the East Village, NYC, is lined not with clothing racks but compact tables, hungry customers flanking all available sides. You don't eat at Dirt Candy for the ambiance, 11732...

Wednesday, October 2, 2013

When Vegetables Star at Le Verdure, Eataly

When Vegetables Star at Le Verdure, Eataly

Written and photographed by Marla Cohen I work only doors away from Eataly, a slightly intimidating Italian food emporium that is a cross between an Old World food market and a three-ring circus. Whether you are seeking a sit-down lunch or hunting for an obscure ingredient, Eataly probably has what you’...

Thursday, January 17, 2013

Candle 79 Lights the Way with Paella & More

Candle 79 Lights the Way with Paella & More

I'll admit to feeling a quick flutter of excitement when friends suggest eating together and the expectation is that I chose the “perfect” spot. I rapidly flip through my mental rolodex, wondering if they want the meal to comfort them or blow them away with offbeat creations? Do they want a hip, cacoph...

Wednesday, January 25, 2012

Discovering the Unexpected on Canouan Island

Discovering the Unexpected on Canouan Island

Heading out of Dodge for a much needed winter break to Canouan Island, in the Grenadines, didn’t require much research other than my same ol’ questions about what there is to eat for those who are kosher like me. Sandy white beaches, quiet and friendly island, calm emerald waters to swim in, local flavor...