I can’t wait to get home from shopping with my mom in law in Soho so I can come home and make the ultimate of leftovers sandwiches: the Thanksgiving Shooter Sandwich. I freaked out a few years ago when a reader taught me to make this (and to that reader, I am forever grateful). I […]
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Our Thanksgiving countdown has begun! We’ve sent out invitations, started stocking up on the booze and started testing recipes.
Days are shorter. Mornings are colder. Leaves are changing color and scattered on the ground. It’s fall, y’all. In case you haven’t noticed.
This is the simplest custom condiment you can make for a sandwich: chili oil.
You would have thought I would have eaten a breakfast of champions before going to my new job at Yahoo Food, right? Nope.
Fried chicken is having a moment. Shake Shack has people clucking after the chain added a deee-licious fried chicken sandwich to its menu. Momofuku just opened a fried chicken shop in the East Village. I would not be surprised of the sale of home fryers was also on the rise. Or, at least, vegetable oil.
Oh my delight when I discovered I had not made Fluffernutters yet!
It’s Caribbean Week here on 300 Sandwiches! E left ahead of me to get a head start on kite surfing, but I’m not far behind him. First, some cooking to pass my time home alone.
I’m just four months away from my wedding, and things are starting to add up. Venue, menu, DJ, decor….and the costs for all of those things. Before writing a check, I found one way to save $1,000 on our big night.
This. This is what divides our household. Vegetables. Greens to be specific.
This sandwich is a delicious getting-ready-for-Thanksgiving treat.
The only thing getting me through this week is avocado toast.
Hahaha. Aren’t I clever?
Fall hit us like a hard smack across the cheek this weekend. Break out the fleece jackets, the Crock-Pot (!) and….the homemade apple butter.
Could it be I finally made granola bars that stuck together?
I’ve learned to cook from two people. E and my good family friend, M.
When you are headed out of town, and you’re hungry, and you get a call from work which requires you to file on deadline before you leave, and you’re getting screamed at by your fiancé to “hurry up”, the only thing suitable enough for this special type of road trip lunch is a frittata sandwich.
When you are running late for your out of town excursion and you will not be satisfied with a bag of Funyuns or a hot dog from the Gulf station on exit 73 again, you need to make a quick snack before you hit the road.
Goodness, why didn’t we do make our own damn ricotta earlier?
It’s the dog days of summer. And the best time to find juicy, big-as-your-head heirloom tomatoes.
I’ve done five versions of banh mi sandwiches since I started this blog. I guess I really love cilantro or something.
I’m back on the sandwiches. This one was particularly good.
I’m good at foraging chocolate. Shoe sales. Plane tickets to tropical locations. Fresh vegetables in Prospect Park? Not so much.
This is my favorite condiment by far.