When M & I first got our upstate house, I approached everything with Martha Stewart determination. From the color and furnishing of the interior to the landscape surrounding the house. Then, I learned my lesson.
I keep thinking there’s plenty of time to savor summer fruits—then I realized that cherries are at their prime, and they won’t last much longer. Strawberries are gone, except in supermarkets, but blueberries and stone fruits are still plentiful in the farmer’s markets. I’m determined to bake full speed ahead on all desserts with […]
After a fantastic couple of days of R&R in a charming bed & breakfast outside of New Hope, PA, followed by the excitement of Big Summer Potluck 3, it was quite difficult to transition back to day-to-day routines.
After a few posts that involved recipes requiring a hot oven, even stubborn me has to admit that this last heat wave in New York has extracted enough sweat out of my body. As much as I love the aroma of fresh baked goods, the extra coolness in the apartment wins out as July simmers […]
Every summer at the Farmer’s Market, the luscious colors of cherries seduce me, even if I need to confront the messy inconvenience of pitting before and baking. For a certain recipe, however, it’s more than worth it. In Hong Kong, as in most Chinatowns in America, you find “Western-Chinese” bakeries, which display rows and rows […]
Hungry Rabbit is a food journal written by Ken, who lives in food-centric New York. Desserts are the main focus, and he also shares his passion for all things food-related: inspirations, surprises, and everyday discoveries.