This is one of my favorite comfort foods, and I will eat it warm, cold, or right out of the pot with a spoon. All spices can be ordered from World Spice Market. Dal Makhani (Kali Maa di Dal) Serves:6 Prep Time:PT0H15M 0H 15M Cook Time:PT0H30M 0H 30M Total:PT0H45M 0H 45M Ingredients […]
I had to get up at screaming-ass-o’clock AM to slow cook this lovely pork shoulder with porcini mushrooms and white wine in order for it to be done by, you know, today.
Many years and a few lifetimes ago, there was this one recipe for cherry pie on my blog… Oh, yeah.
Here are two of the four dishes we will be preparing and eating in my newest class at PCC Cooks, Elegant Vegan Dining! Along with Pea Pancakes with Mint Pesto and Cashew Creme, and Steamed Artichokes with Garlicky Potato Dip, I’ll feature two more LesaCooks.com client favorites: Eggless Asparagus Quiche and Grilled Fava Beans with Sea […]
Lesa, cooking @lesacooks A video posted by Jas M (@aryxus) on Dec 12, 2015 at 1:39pm PST
Seats are open in my Wednesday night cooking class! Please join us at 6:30 Wednesday, October 14 at chefshop.com for an evening of good food, wine and conversation. Settle into the cooler weather with some creative takes on the classics. Personal Chef Lesa Sullivan will share with you her greatest hits of the season. Recipes include: Butternut Squash […]
The trick to making a meatless pâté that even ravenous meat eaters will enjoy is to use ingredients with plenty of umami, the palate-satisfying richness found in foods with lots of glutamic acid. In this recipe, the soy sauce, balsamic vinegar, lentils, walnuts and mushrooms all chime in on the umami note. For a meatless assiette de charcuterie, serve […]
The smell of this freshly baked bread and squash spread makes it almost too good to resist cutting into immediately!
Sign up for my Parisian Valentine Cooking Class at ChefShop.com and sigh the evening away with your loved one. I will show you how to prepare some truly intoxicating dishes, and we will enjoy them with plenty of wine and good conversation.
Every day there is a new struggle to make sense of the loss. To find moments of sweetness and light where there seems to be neither. To find the tender bits and savor them.