FROM THE ARCHIVE: The heart’s desire of a child is not a thing to play with and, well, I’m still a child when it comes to accepting presents.
FROM THE ARCHIVE: On the subway ride home from the circus, my daughter and I were so happy. As we walked along the busy city streets to our apartment, everything seemed magical and full of grace.
FROM THE ARCHIVE: In the world of baking, panettone is a perplexity. It has produced a precipice of untold awe, anxiety, and failure in many pastry chefs attempting it.
From Filson comes another addition to our cold weather arsenal.
With some planning and a bit of flexibility, it is possible to give gifts and participate in the giving spirit of the holidays, thoughtfully.
We might mostly communicate via email and text these days, yet the analogue appeal of the printed holiday card endures.
As far as an annual tradition to incorporate into one’s holiday routine, a DIY wreath feels creative, contemplative, and celebratory.
From rare whiskies to lavender-scented soaps and pampering face masks.
I enjoy the luxury of a tasting menu but understand there are no limits to or judgments about what a tasting menu can be. It can be Kraft Dinner cooked eight ways, or a good grilled cheese, or a 30-course tasting menu.