It’s Memorial Day weekend, and that calls for really good burgers.
This sweet potato leek soup is for those early spring days that still get a little chilly.
Deviled eggs and gravlax…two Easter brunch classics combined into one beautiful tartine.
Spring is finally in the air, and I couldn’t think of a better way to celebrate the new seasonal produce than with a creamy asparagus soup.
Citrus is the perfect way to brighten up these long, winter months.
Burrata. The one food I can never, ever pass up.
Cold, winter months aren’t quite complete without a hearty winter soup to go with them.
Everyone needs a really good salad recipe (or a dozen) up their sleeve. Either as a light weeknight meal or a crowd-pleasing first course, this radicchio & fennel salad is simply delicious.
After spending over a year in Napa to go to culinary school and work in restaurant kitchens, I am finally back home and that means more recipes for The Original Dish! While I figure out what step to take next for my career in Chicago, I’m taking full advantage of having lots of time to cook….and eat. And even better, my favorite season to be in the kitchen is in full swing. I’ll be writing warm, cozy, festive recipes all season long. Starting with this parsnip soup.
It’s been a goal of mine for awhile to start making more dishes with tuna. I never ate much fish when I was younger, and by the time I began to love it, tuna was always on the back burner. Sure it’s usually in sushi (which I LOVE and need to try making myself), but I have just finally realized the beauty of a perfectly seared, medium rare tuna steak.