Suzi's Blog

Corn, Jalapeno and Goat Cheese Tartine

There is a new cookbook about to hit the stores: Le Pain Quotidien by Alain Coumont and Jean-Pierre Gabriel. If you know about the Le Pain Quotidien stores [restaurant, bistro, coffee shop all in one], then your curiosity is already stirring. If you never had the pleasure of dining at the long communal table that…

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Roasted Garlic Salsa for Super Bowl Nachos

If nachos are on your agenda on Super Bowl Sunday, then here’s a salsa specifically recommended for your dish. The little book The 50 Best Salsas has a delightful range of salsa ideas. This Roasted Garlic Salsa is the one specifically dedicated to making your nachos distinctive yet easy. To construct your nachos, put a…

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Jalapeno Butter from Fresh Mexico

  Summer corn and butter. That is a classic combination enjoyed around the world. But in corn-country, the United States, more corn is consumed by people than anywhere else on the planet. And while that simple combo of corn and butter is the favorite, new ideas appear all the time. A few years ago, Suzen…

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Mexican Wings with Jalapeno Glaze

I like wings. No, I love wings. There is a place close by to us in Manhattan, Walkers, that is a classic New York pub. It opened the year we moved to Tribeca. Great wings with fire and crispness, regrettably available only at dinner time. We’ve been complaining about that for 25 years. You can…

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