It didn’t take long for the honeymoon phase of David’s kitchen renovation to be over…and for insanity to set in.
About David Leite
David finds he may have a green thumb after all as he looks upon the chlorophyl duking it out in his garden in Darwinian style.
David divulges his teenage servitude on a farm and, decades later, attempts to grow veggies from seed. This oughta be interesting.
David and Renee take their sibling-like quibbling public with “Talking With My Mouth Full,” their brand-spanking new podcast.
David tries, sort of, to relax while on vacay with The One in Germany. He doesn’t exactly succeed.
The true story of how Leite’s Culinaria goes to Charleston to meet one another in person for the first time—and, natch, to eat.
When David decides to renovate the kitchen in Connecticut, he does so with his usual flair for the dramatic.
Stop it. Please just stop it. Make it go away. Pretty please. [Editor's Note: A rant by David about the recent deluge of white stuff.]
David is wooed when Michael Ruhlman waxes poetic about one of his can’t-live-without ingredients. A love story, with recipes.
Slow cookers and the comestible that came out of them weren’t David’s speed until he caved and tried a slow cooker chicken stock. Now he’s a convert.
As David reveals, it’s always darkest just before dawn. But then all manner of magic starts to transpire…
David wishes The One happy birthday with a gift of their love story, as told in 15 exquisitely decorated cookies.
Despite Jack Frost nipping at his nose (and other parts), David manages to capture some pics of a winter wonderland.
And all through the house, not a creature was stirring…but what about the abandoned grill out back? David investigates.