Baby artichokes, with meatballs, green olives and sage.
Rich White Bread, adapted from Bernard Clayton's classic cookbook perfect for toast or sandwiches
Benedictine Spread, a Kentucky Derby tradition, updated
Lemon Panna Cotta with Lemon Marmalade and Sugared Pistachios, from The Purple Pig in Chicago
Ramp Cheese Biscuits, with duck and slaw, possibly the world's best sandwich
If you can't make it to Blackberry Farm, you can still make this wonderful Roasted Broccolini Salad with Pickled Shallots, Candied Pecans
Thai hot & sour shrimp soup—with or without fried shrimp balls
Spuma di Gota. Also known as "pig butter."
Stir-Fried Green Soy Beans
Beer-Based Lamb Stew with turnips, carrots and peas
Tortelli alla Pratese, potato and beef filled pasta, with butter, nutmeg, parsley
Pork & Black-eyed Pea Chili - lucky on New Year's Day, delicious on any day!
Boiled Custard, a Southern Christmas tradition
Little Blueberry Almond Tarts, perfect for tea, or just snacking
Soft-boiled Eggs and Soldiers, inspired by legendary chef Michel Bras
Duck Fat Focaccia with thyme and fleur de sel
General Tso's Chicken, favorite tried and tested recipe from Fuchsia Dunlop
Black Bottom Pecan Praline Bars
Smoky, creamy and crunchy Mayan-ish lima beans
Wild blackberry cobbler. For the 4th of July or any other day.
Lee Bailey's peach cobbler. We didn't keep much from the Eighties, but we're glad we still have this recipe.
Quail Pies. Inspired by a recipe in the 1930 edition of the Fannie Farmer Cookbook.
Quick and easy blueberry-orange bread.
The fleeting pleasure of sour cherries in pie form.
Easy eggless strawberry ice cream.