About Ned Baldwin | Peter Kaminsky

Ned Baldwin earned an MA in sculpture from Yale and pursued a career in the visual arts and building, but the art and science of cooking fascinated him. He apprenticed with Alain Ducasse and Jean-Georges Vongerichten, and also worked with Tom Colicchio at Craft, before becoming Prune’s chef de cuisine. He is the owner of Houseman (the name means “house man’s food”) in New York City, where he lives. He is a fisherman, hiker, cycler, traveler, and an eater.

Peter Kaminsky has written seventeen cookbooks, including Seven Fires with Francis Mallmann. He lives in New York City.

A white plate with spears of roasted broccoli with pickled golden raisins scattered overtop and two spoons in the broccoli.

Roasted Broccoli with Pickled Golden Raisins

“A flavor bomb.” “If you’re looking for boring broccoli, keep on looking.” So say our recipe testers, who also deemed it “complex” and “fantastic” and “definitely going into the monthly rotation.”

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