David tells the tale of the two drama-ridden dressings he grew up with at his family’s Portuguese Thanksgiving table.
David sheepishly explains his silence as he and The One frolic across the pond. (Hey, even bloggers need vacations…)
Know how in Britain each intersection has a helpful reminder painted on the pavement reminding befuddled Americans which way to look?
David and The One struggle with their luggage and each other as they try to comply with Virgin Atlantic’s carry-on baggage policy.
David blogs his way through Paris, embracing wining, dining, and a magically slenderizing manner of thinking that just may offset all the foie gras, fromage, and frites.
While in Indonesia, David discovers–and darn near swoons over–a savory little something known to locals as…well, it’s a little misleading.
David divulges his mental music queue, a groovin’ jukebox that loops over and over and over again.
David and The One sit down to their first backyard dinner of the season, a very candid, unstyled, non-fussed affair.
Catch David as he hosts the Martha Stewart Living Radio program "Cooking Today" March 26, 28, and 30 from 3 pm EDT/12 pm PDT. And don’t forget to call in at 866-675-6675.
David, always the list maker, puts together one that lets him see just what his life would look like had he not met The One all those years ago.
Is there anything more soothing than standing before a big, slowly burbling pot of Bolognese and stirring for hours? We didn’t think so.
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New Year’s Resolutions? Pish tosh. Why set yourself up to fail? David has a better way. One that kicks off the new by learning from the old.
David recounts how he destroyed two Thanksgiving desserts, almost burned down his house, and gave the local fire department a run for its money.
Fearing the great six-year-old mafia knocking on your door this Halloween? David offers a way you and the kids can make out like bandits.
In Paris, David finds pastries, passion, and peace. Think of it as an emotional travelogue with dining recommendations.
A Fund for Jennie is a non-profit collection to help food blogger Jennifer Perillo, who lost her husband suddenly to a heart attack. Won’t you please give?
Ever wanted to write your own cookbook? Well, now you can. Kinda. Tell us the recipes you’d like to see in our next cookbook, and they might make the cut.
There’s a lot to miss in Portugal. For David it’s this market woman, a beloved figure in the Alfama district, who knew one of his secrets.