This colorful beet side dish is inspired by one of my favorite restaurants in NYC's West Village.Whenever anyone asks me where to eat in New York City, my go-to answer is Rosemary's. It's an Italian restaurant with some of the best homemade pasta and focaccia I've ever had, along with local produce and pasture-raised meats. It's spacious - as compared to most West Village (my favorite eating neighborhood) restaurants - and has a cozy, rustic decor. In the daytime, it's flooded with natural light thanks to the floor-to-ceiling windows, while in the evening, it's . . .
These cashew ricotta toasts are an awesome vegan party snack to add to your repertoire. Try them as a Thanksgiving appetizer!One of my favorite parts of writing Friendsgiving was developing and photographing the "Pre-Game" chapter. This section of the book is dedicated to that first hour of a party when your friends arrive - hungry, thirsty, and seemingly eager to help you finish up in the kitchen. As much as I love sharing food with friends, I don't always enjoy people helping me in the kitchen (it throws me off my game and prolongs the whole process, . . .
Looking for vegan Thanksgiving recipes? This creamy and comforting vegan potato gratin with cashew béchamel will be adored by everyone at your table.Scalloped potatoes, a.k.a. Pommes Dauphinoise in French, a.k.a. Potatoes au Gratin in French-English. Whatever you wanna call it, this is a super indulgent, très français way of cooking potatoes and always a crowd-pleaser. Classic Julia Child-era potato gratin is made with milk and/or cream, butter, and lots of Gruyere cheese. But just because you've opted out of eating dairy or have trouble digesting it, does not . . .
This breakfast potato hash is perfect for using up bottom-of-the-crisper-drawer vegetables like onions, mushrooms, and kale.Rene hates cooking. So much so that you can actually hear it in the way he cooks - the way we whacks the knife on the cutting board, how he dismissively tosses garlic onto the counter, how he drops a used mixing bowl into the sink. What’s even more annoying than this orchestra of noises is that he’s an amazing cook. He has those essential kitchen instincts that can take others years to master - he’s patient with searing, attentive to . . .
I’m thrilled to partner with So Delicious, my favorite brand of dairy-free alternatives, to bring you this coffee oatmeal recipe. Thank you for supporting the brands that support The New Baguette!Let's face it: oatmeal is not sexy. It’s not the crackly sourdough toast smothered in avocado, the golden-hued waffle with a pat of butter melting on top, nor the three-toned pastel smoothie with toppings (I mean, does anyone actually do that?!). What oatmeal is, though, is dependable, fast, satiating, good for you, and endlessly customizable. So maybe oatmeal just . . .
This broccoli pesto pasta is one of the first recipes I ever developed - and I'm happy to report I still love it, considering I was only a teenager at the time.Although as a child I was always at my mom’s side as she was cooking, it wasn’t until I discovered the Food Network when I was 12 or so that I got the urge to try cooking on my own (shout-out to Rachael, Giada, and Ina for the inspiration!). I started out basic - albeit pretty creative. I distinctly remember a warm salad of white rice with chopped up tomatoes and chicken nuggets. It was… interesting. . . .