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Happy Friday, friends! Before diving in, I want to share some fun news in case you missed our newsletter yesterday…The Oh She Glows Plant-Based Recipe App has been nominated for a WEBBY AWARD! It felt like such a long shot when I applied a few months ago (apparently they had over 13,000 applications come in

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When my old regular tempura spot closed, all I wanted in a new one was really good food, ordered à la carte and served by a friendly chef at a comfortable, well-worn bar. In other words, I was like a newly single person looking for someone a lot like my ex. Great plan, right? Read

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One of the many places on my bucket list of places to visit has been Scotland. In each place on that ever-growing list, there’s usually a food or drink that is associated with the place, that makes it even more compelling for me want to visit it. Okay, who am I kidding? There are usually

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Ed Levin speaks with Sara Moulton, host of the PBS series Sara’s Weeknight Meals and the co-host of Milk Street Radio Read More Restaurant Marketing

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One Soup – Three Ways

I feel extra enthusiastic about this post partly because I think we are on to something good here. But also because this headline speaks so much to my magazine-publishing-heart (my previous career). This is a dinner concept that we have played around with lately and it works particularly well for families with sensitive eaters or allergies. The idea is built around

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This is the sort of meal I’ve been craving since I arrived home from India. Hearty, substantial, and squarely in the comfort food realm. It’s the simplest of bean soups, topped with plump herb-packed dumplings. I use whatever herbs I have on hand, and in this case it was dill, basil, and minced lemongrass, along

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Everything You Can Do With Harissa

So you have some harissa. Now what? The North African chili paste is excellent in a whole range of applications, from moist braises to tangy salad dressings to spicy cocktails. Here are some recipes and techniques to get you inspired. Read More Restaurant Marketing

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Spring Pea Veggie Burgers

Hey friends!  I made us burgers out of one freezer item + one canned bean item and every green thing you might have in your produce drawer.   It’s more likely that I have frozen peas and a can of garbanzo beans in my kitchen than a package of meat, so I always make some

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How to Make Greek Avgolemono Chicken Soup

Avgolemono is a classic Greek combination of eggs and lemon, used to thicken and flavor soups and sauces. Here’s how to make it, and how use it in a flavorful and bright chicken soup. Read More Restaurant Marketing

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Forget the baking aisle—the best chocolate for baking is hiding out with the fancy snacks, so pick up a few bars and start upgrading your desserts. Read More Restaurant Marketing

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I found my new favorite spring lunch salad while I was hiding from a pot of brisket, which is the kind of thing that happens three days after Passover. Day one (which is actually day two or three after you’ve cooked the brisket, because you know I’d never lead you astray, right?) is lovely: my

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This mezcal and pomegranate cocktail is a little spicy, a little earthy, a little tart, and softly floral. Read More Restaurant Marketing

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10 Things I Do To Refresh In Spring!

We’ve all got plenty on our everyday To-Do Lists – things like, put on pants, brush teeth, don’t lock your keys in your car.  We usually nail it, we’ve gotten good at this.   Then there’s the Weekend List that’s usually a bit more fun and may or may not involve pants.  There’s also the

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Ten Most Popular Noodle Recipes

Everyone loves noodles, and I’ve posted a lot of noodle recipes in the past decade. Here are ten of the most popular. 1. Sriracha Rainbow Noodle Salad – (101 Cookbooks) This is a salad you’ll crave every day. A radiant, color-flecked tangle of noodles, cabbage, shredded carrots, pickled sushi ginger, and an abundance of cilantro,

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Chocolate Pots de Creme

I’m not a huge beer drinker. I joke that I only drink beer if I’m on a sunny beach in Mexico, thinking that someone will take me up on that to prove it. So far, that hasn’t happened, so I may need to change my tactic. While I figure out another way, one thing I am

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