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I am a graduate of the renowned Culinary Institute of America and I work as a professional cook in one of New York City's best restaurants. On my blog, I share the best of everything I am learning, cooking and eating as I make my way to the top.

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  • Coconut Birthday Cake
    on Mar 16, 2011
                                             This cake has a special significance in my home. It was the first cake I ever baked for Miro, when we started dating and he claims that he realized he loved me when he had taken a bite of...
  • Chestnut Soup with Ricotta and Kale Dumplings
    on Jan 19, 2011
    Like pumpkins during Halloween and peppermint candy canes for Christmas, chestnuts are ubiquitous in winter. We had them in my restaurant for the holidays where we were running them for Thanksgiving and later, Christmas specials and everyone in the k...
  • Spinach and Cardoon Dip
    on Dec 27, 2010
    I'm the kind of person that gets my thrills from encountering some not very common produce on my market run. This week' discovery was cardoons, bunches of them parading around in all of their gray-green glory. I'd tasted them once before, cut into li...
  • Beet Tartare
    on Dec 2, 2010
                                           Raise your hands if you're the type of person that usually gives beets a wide berth at the market. I sure as heck did up until a few years ago because red beets always br...
  • Kabocha Squash Cheesecake with Toasted Coconut Crust
    on Nov 21, 2010
    Someone came home last week with a rotund, ridged kabocha squash tucked under his arm and plonked it on the kitchen counter. We eyed the squash and then we looked at each other. He was thinking ravioli's, I was thinking something sweet. Luckily, I ha...
  • How to measure flour
    on Nov 20, 2010 in 101's
    Way back, when I first started baking, I honestly had no idea that there was a certain way of measuring flour. I always dipped the appropriate metal measuring cup into the big, glass flour jar in my mother's kitchen and just swiped the overflow off w...
  • Fresh Green Grape Clusters
    on Sep 29, 2010
      So, this is more a revelation than an actual recipe as such: Fresh grapes and dark chocolate make for a sensational, albeit unusual, combination. You simply must try it because the recipe is almost childishly simple and quick to cobble together a...
  • Tomato Salad with Whipped Feta
    on Sep 8, 2010
    Growing up, the only kind of tomato I knew was the smooth, glossy, fire-engine red plum tomato. They would arrive by the bushel in the height of summer, waiting to be cooked down into a thick, rusty ketchup that lasted us through the year or to be sp...
  • Zucchini and Yellow Squash Tart
    on Aug 25, 2010
    I'm still working on my relationship with the month of August. I love the delicious bounty of produce it slings at the market: juicy, dripping peaches; sweet, hefty watermelons; orbs of syrupy grapes; golden pearls of corn, the promise of fall that i...
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