In our second podcast, our dulcet-toned duo heap a little love on those who’ve nurtured, nourished, or otherwise mothered us, including Mamma Leite.
About Renee Schettler Rossi
For some, this time of year is all about resolutions. For others, it’s all about traditions and superstitions.
Here’s an eclectic and excellent array of the year’s cookbooks, the ones we simply can’t imagine not telling you about.
The American doyenne of French cooking expounds upon what she learned during a lifetime of cooking—and thinking—at the stove.
A splurge at Anthropologie reveals some unabashedly girlie French knives with an unmistakably masculine appeal.
The TV dinner, that icon of mid-century American life, offered Renee and David two disparate experiences: Freedom and disappointment.
When the consummate chocolate chip cookie goes gluten-free, Renee does a little happy dance–and explains why she thinks you will, too.
Peace. Love. Granola. We reconsider hippy cooking in light of the principles those tie dye-wearing, tree-hugging concertgoers espoused.
One girl’s weeds, it seems, are another girl’s supper. Renee swoons to the miscellany of sweetly summery shoots and sprigs and sprouts at the greenmarket.
Consummate sidekicks for fried chicken—both classic and unconventional—to keep everyone at the table happy. We promise.
Looking for the best fried chicken for the Fourth? Look no further. We got ‘em all: Cajun, Northern, Asian, and Southern recipes.
Wondering what to do with the abundance of late-spring sprigs, shoots, and stalks, oh my? Wonder not. We have solutions both simple and surprising for you.
For our best chicken, turkey, duck–in fact, all kinds of poultry–recipes, we’ve got you covered. (Is that a yellow feather sticking out of your mouth?)
Matzoh. Matzo. Matzah. No matter how you spell it, chances are you’ll appreciate each and every one of these matzoh-minded tips, tricks, and tactics.
Pancake Day, Mardi Gras, Shrove Tuesday–they’re all about indulgence before Lent. So it’s time to haul out the butter, eggs, and milk and start cooking.