Results tagged Nigella Lawson from David Lebovitz

I’ve had all three cookbooks from Moro in London stacked up in my apartment for about a year, and haven’t made anything from them. They’re very personal cookbooks, the recipes and photos invoking a time and place, with the food arcing between Moorish cooking and the foods of North Africa, along with the Middle East, nodding toward sustainability. I keep picking them up, leafing through…

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This has become my go-to granola. I don’t make many others, except for my chocolate chip – peanut butter granola, but I always keep a batch of this one on hand because it’s hands-down (if you’re excuse the pun) the best I’ve had. Curiously, this granola recipe uses apples as a base, replacing much of the oil found in other granolas.

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(I recent met Bryce Corbett, who wrote A Town Like Paris, a book about his life in Paris, where he found the girl of his dreams. Since he’s a terrific writer, I asked him to do a guest post, which included our visit behind-the-scenes at one of Paris’ most exciting attractions. -David) There are many fringe benefits to being married to a Paris showgirl. Great…

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