Monthly Archives: August 2014

Menu for the Week of August 24, 2014

Before we start, a shout out and heartfelt thanks to our good friends Jimmy and Elaine, who did us one better (fifteen better actually!) Saturday night with a Seventeen at the Table dinner at their spectacular new home. Dinner was phenomenal and … Continue reading

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Special Feature: Cherry-Vanilla Scones

Tony doesn’t usually do much baking, but he’s been wanting to make a recipe for  Cherry-Vanilla Scones for a while. Recently, he decided to give it a try. Prepping most of the ingredients for the scones was pretty simple. I sifted together … Continue reading

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August 9, 2014: Baked Eggs with Canadian Bacon and Spinach

Wednesday night didn’t go quite as planned and we just didn’t feel like cooking dinner, sousing the Crispy Salt-and-Vinegar Potatoes in the Warm Spinach Salad with Fried Egg and Potatoes just wasn’t in the cards. Kim’s original thought was to try to make this … Continue reading

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August 7, 2014 – Flatbreads with Wildflower Honey Goat Cheese, Arugula, and Grilled Peaches

On Thursday night, we made a recipe of our own creation: Flatbreads with Wildflower Honey Goat Cheese, Arugula, and Grilled Peaches. We used things we already had in the fridge (frozen pizza dough and arugula) plus things we found on Long Island … Continue reading

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Menu for the Week of August 10, 2014

Two at the Table_Menu_Week of August 10 2014 We have a fun week planned, with a Yankee game Sunday afternoon and a birthday party to attend Saturday afternoon. We also have a couples cooking class with Chef Maria Reina at the … Continue reading

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Special Feature: Pesto

If you have lots of left over basil or are just in the mood to make it, pesto is simple and delicious. It’s easy to make (provided you have a food processor) and freezers really well, so you can enjoy it … Continue reading

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August 4, 2014 – Salmon and Melting Cherry Tomatoes

With plenty of heirloom tomatoes left over from the weekend, we decided to use them in Ina Garten’s Salmon and Melting Cherry Tomatoes, a dish we have never made before. Tony describes how incredibly simple it was. This was definitely one of the easier dinners … Continue reading

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