The leaves are dropping from the trees in huge clumps, a sign that they hunkering down for months of heat, dust and a great dry. Our brief, beautiful spring has been invaded by summer’s advance guard of charging temperatures. Read more
Your culinary juices may not depend on new equipment, but a new gizmo sometimes sparks fresh creativity.
For someone who cooks a reasonable amount and treasures his kitchen, I am notorious for using aging, blackening utensils. I may spend inordinately long periods in kitchen stores admiring the latest Teflon-coated wonder pan or the Italian passion-fruit juicer, but I don’t actually buy anything. Read more