NY Times Dining Section Roundup: 1.27.07

NY Times Dining Section Roundup: 1.27.07

Chris Phillips
Jan 24, 2007

From the New York Times' Dining Section...

Smokers Welcome: Try This at Home: Smoking food inside is especially appealing in winter. For those of us who live in small places, with smoke detectors just waiting to beep for BBQ, the article tries to convince us that "the technique fills kitchens not with smoke, but with a cozy aroma, like potpourri, with Pavlovian effects." Camerons is suggested as the place to buy a stovetop smoker. Does anyone own one?

The article includes recipes for Tea-Smoked Chicken Thighs With Pomegranate Glaze, Smoked Catfish Salad, and North Carolina-Style Pulled Pork.

Strict Vegan Ethics, Frosted With Hedonism: Hold on to your tofu. Here's another sign that our Gray Lady is overhaulin' the food section under the new editor. This must-read story talks about punk inspirations for vegan cooking.

Recipes for Devil's Food Cupcakes With Fluffy White Filling and Chocolate Icing, and Butternut Squash Rice Paper Rolls.


Pucker Up and Smile: A Bottle Full of Surprises: Florence Fabricant recommends the preserved Meyer lemons made at Agata & Valentina. Or make your own using this recipe from our archive.

Cheesy Pasta, Redressed: Here's an quick supper idea from the Minimalist. He updates sleepy Alfredo by suggesting gorgonzola and arugula.

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