NY Times Dining Section Roundup: Raw Milk, More Quick Suppers
From the New York Times’ Dining Section…
Should This Milk Be Legal?: The FDA banned interstate sales of unpasteurized milk twenty years ago. “Clandestine milk clubs” are one of the ways to get around the law.
101 Quick Meals? Make It an Even 111: The Minimalist got such a great response to his 101 Simple Meals that he decided to provide 10 more including recipes for tortilla soup, bean and tuna salad, and cucumber soup.
Lunch Recipe: Take One 7-Year-Old …: Melissa Clark introduces us to Pan Bagnat, an excellent way to use season vegetables and fancy canned tuna from Italy.
• Mangosteens Arrive, but Be Prepared to Pay: Exotic mangosteens are now available in New York City — and will be selling for about $10 per fruit.
• First a Hook, Then Ink: An Artist’s Catch: “Annie Sessler, an artist living here on the East End of Long Island, makes fish prints — impressions of sea life, mostly on vintage textiles, for which she uses fish themselves like rubber stamps or wood blocks.”