Currently on my desk: I’m plowing through jars of Duke’s mayo, stacks of fancy bologna, and loaves of Texas toast (punctuated with trips to New Orleans’ incredible Asian supermarkets) to test the recipes for a cookbook by Mason Hereford (Turkey and the Wolf, Molly’s Rise and Shine) and JJ Goode.
For Nourish Me Home, I collaborated with Cortney Burns (who you may know from her James Beard-winning first book, Bar Tartine: Techniques & Recipes) to create recipes inspired by the Berkshires through her trademark lens of preservation and fermentation.
In Cook in the Blank, I gave your favorite back-pocket recipes (think chopped salad, one-pan chicken roast, and baked mac and cheese) the Mad Libs treatment so you can improvise your way to weeknight dinner.
I cooked a hog’s head, whole piglet, and 2 dozen frogs, among other things, for Isaac Toups’ ode to new Cajun.
Alon Shaya and I collaborated to bring together Israeli, Italian, and Southern influences in recipes that are imaginative, aspirational, yet accessible to every home cook.
I’ve also worked on Mark Bittman’s How to Bake Everything and Hartwood, from the dreamy, luscious destination restaurant in Tulum.
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