Some highlight from today's New York Times' Dining Section...
Just Registered: Julia Moskin answers those hush-hush questions about wedding registries, and how one actually can stock a kitchen by having a wedding.
In Search of a Pan That Lets Cooks Forget About Teflon: Marian Burros tries to find a good non-stick non-Teflon skillet.
A Mediterranean Style All Her Own>: The Chef column visits with Ana Sortun of Oleana in Cambridge, MA. With recipes for Fried Mussels with Almond-Garlic Sauce, Flatbreads with Spiced Chicken, Pistachios and Roasted Peppers, and Frozen Almond Cream with Sugared Almonds (Cremolata)
Rhubarb's Secret Life: The Minimalist gets into Rhubarb Soup. PLUS... • On Long Island, a Case for Respect: Asimov and his pals taste Long Island wines and emerge from their skepticism impressed. • Four Ways to Give the Gift of How-To: Four cook books that make great wedding gifts.