December 15th, 2013
Gather round as photographer Yossy Arefi takes us on a blackberry hunt with her father and ends the day with a blackberry and rhubarb pie; Miranda Rake reminisces about her annual holiday brunch where recipes are clipped, gathered, and stored throughout the year in anticipation for the main event—and it wouldn’t be a party without her mom’s homemade cranberry liqueur; and Michael Harlan Turkell interviews two chefs, Alex Raij and Chris Cosentino, about how they gather inspiration for their next dish. These stories, recipes, tips & tidbits, and more!
In addition to the magazine, subscribers will receive a lovely food art print by artist Naomi Elliott that reads “People who love to eat are always the best people —Julia Child”.
This issue was kindly supported by Product of GIR, makers of the best spatulas out there.
Table of Contents
A Goodbye Feast
Erin Jeanne McDowell
Glazed Yeast Doughnuts
What it Takes to Make a Meal
Pasta with Mushrooms and Greens
Chile Relleno Casserole
Creating New Traditions:
Gathering to Celebrate the Seasons
Fresh-Caught Smoked Trout; Wild Asparagus, Tomato, and Basil Salad
Cider House Rules
Chorizo a la Sidra
Blackberry Rhubarb Pie with Creme Fraiche
An Ode to the Kitchen of My First Apartment
Lemon Cinnamon Rolls
Fried Green Tomatoes
Claire Miye Stanford
Fried Green Tomatoes
A Gathering to Look Forward to
Pigs in a Blanket, Cranberry Queen, and Cranberry Liqueur
A Meating of Friends
Pork Chops with Stewed Onions and Apples
Fear Among the Hedgerows
The Idea or the Dish?
Michael Harlan Turkell
Trotter Cakes, Rhubarbs, Favas, and Mint; Revuelto de Ajetes (Scrambled Eggs with Garlic Scapes)
Clementines: A Christmas Discovery
Find out what taking risks is all about. Stacy Ladenburger shares her experience moving across the country; Diane Ruggie takes on her mom’s handwritten recipe for fudge; and Lanee Lee interviews bitters maker Louis Anderman about his risky career move. These stories, recipes, tips & tidbits, and more!
Inside Issue 11: Comfort we have a story that gives us a peek into the “family meals” at one of Brooklyn’s hottest restaurants, Battersby, written by Erika DaSilva; readers will meet the woman with a cure for hangovers, Ms. Linda Green the Soul Food Queen of New Orleans; and they’ll discover a lifetime through pies, including an eggnog one perfect for the holidays by Jonathan Shipley. Those recipes, tips & tidbits, and more inside Issue 11: Comfort.
Come along on a trip to Detroit where we discover urban farms, barbecue, and a bustling farmers’ market. Plus a recipe for Thai catfish salad 20 years in the making, swoon-worthy curry ketchup, and the ultimate salsa generator. Those recipes, tips & tidbits, and more.
Issue 9 will leave you ready to make your own great escape—hopefully to your kitchen. Inside we’ve got a Q&A with Bonnie Slotnick of Bonnie Slotnick Cookbooks in New York City (one of my personal favorite escapes), we’ll take you the countryside of Italy where you’ll learn to enjoy the sound of silence in Italy, and get adventurous at a Louisiana crab boil complete with a trip to the bayou. Plus recipes, tips & tidbits, and more!
Issue 8 will bring out your adventurous side. Inside you’ll find an interview with Paul Berglund, chef at the Bachelor Farmer in Minneapolis, explore the market in Madagascar, treat yourself to everyday cake, and relax with the perfect margarita, plus tips & tidbits, and more!
Issue 7 brings stories about heritage. Inside you’ll find an interview with Patrick Martins of Heritage Foods USA, learn the secret behind Allison Kave’s First Prize Pies, follow one recipe as it’s slowly perfected from generation to generation, plus recipes & more!
From stealing a boyfriend and his to-die-for breakfast dish to stealing a moment away from the kids to being embroiled in a real legal situation, each story had us glued to the page. Plus, we’ve got an interview with blogger and chef Dana Wootton of Dana Treat and all sorts of recipes that are going to have you running for the kitchen.
From a gastronomic society in Basque Country to a community of urban gardeners in Detroit right down to a multi-cultural community of fermentations in one woman’s San Francisco apartment, we’ve got plenty of stories to get you inspired to interact with your very own community. If that’s not enough, we’ve got an awesome illustrated recipe from Jeannette Ordas of Everybody Likes Sandwiches and an interview with maker and baker Megan Gordon of Marge Bakery in San Francisco, all sorts of recipes and more!
Issue 4 brings you reasons to celebrate. Inside you’ll find a heartfelt memory from Anne Zimmerman, author of the just released An Extravagant Hunter, an interview with coolest kimchi maker around, Kheedim Oh of Mama O’s Premium Kimchee, remedies to help with upset stomach and so much more!
The third issue of Remedy is all about growing up. Whether it’s a classic recipe that you can only get in the neighborhood you grew up in or that perfect stew that dad always made, the stories in the issue stir up memories that will take you back.