NY Times Dining Section Roundup: 2.14.07

NY Times Dining Section Roundup: 2.14.07

Chris Phillips
Feb 14, 2007

From the New York Times' Dining Section...

He Cooks. She Stews. It's Love.: Just in time for Valentine's Day, The Times tells us almost every house has an alpha cook. I'm guessing almost all of us here are the Kings of the Kitchen. Do you cook with your loved one? Wish they had more interest in heating up the kitchen with you? Just don't be a kitchen bully.

So Naughty, So Nice: Trashy or southern tradition . . . The Times digs in to the red velvet cake and does a nice job of covering the topic from both a restaurant and home cook perspective, including a recipe for red velvet cake and icing.


More Flavor Inside and Out: Chicken thighs are the way to go, says The Minimalist. With a recipe for Chicken Thighs Stuffed With Chard.

Saving a Few Hours on a Trip Back to Colonial Times: Melissa Clark's poetic and practical new column shares a short cut for making warming Fake Baked Beans with Crispy Bacon. (Is colonial cooking a new trend? Lately, spice stores are pushing traditional rubs and game recipes.)

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