The two secrets to light and fluffy scones are the same as for making flaky pastry – use very cold butter and don’t mix the butter into the dough completely. Now that autumn is literally “in the air” I’ve started making these Cranberry Orange Scones again – they’re sweet and buttery and everyone will rave! Who doesn’t love that?
Just as the weather turns chilly at night in East Hampton, I want something for dinner that's comforting and warm like my Roasted Ratatouille with Polenta. Who wouldn't love a big bowl of creamy Parmesan polenta piled high with caramelized roasted vegetables for dinner? I can think of one person in particular who will be very happy!
This Week's Question
When I want to buy a gift for someone who's a cook, I very often choose a great knife because it's a luxury that lasts for a lifetime. Another great gift would be a collection of wooden spoons, plastic spatulas, and stainless steel mixing spoons.
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