Gabi Moskowitz Archives
- DIY Kronuts
The world has gone crazy for Cronuts™.
- Chiles Rellenos with White Beans and Kale
This is a great dish to make when you’re still kind of coming to terms with the fact that summer is over.
- Fettuccine with Pumpkin Alfredo
There’s something so soothing about a bowl of creamy pasta, especially as the days grow colder.
- Strawberry-Balsamic Chicken Legs
You get to use fancy words like “reduction” and “macerated”
- Vegetarian Pho
There’s really only one way to fight a nasty cold: pho
- Sweet Potato and Black Bean Tacos
A favorite simple, quick dinner made from whole, healthy ingredients that comes together in a snap
- Zucchini Ribbons with Feta
Serve alongside burgers, sandwiches, or sausages, or use as a low-carb base for meatballs
- Garlicky Barbecue Chicken and Sweet Potatoes
A glorious one-pan meal
- Olive Oil Challah
Making fresh challah is both sensuous and familiar
- Waxing Poetic or Otherwise
The Brokeass Gourmet recalls the Great Pussy Wax of 1999
- Brokeass Gourmet: sweet potato-andouille hash
A fast, flavorful, high-protein breakfast with just enough of a kick
- Sweet Potato-Andouille Hash
One of my favorite breakfasts. fast, flavorful, high-protein dish with just enough of a kick
- Autumn Sweet Potato Cakes
Savory, decadent cakes, mashed sweet potatoes are transformed into stuffed loaded latke
- Apple-Honey Challah Rolls
Shaking up tradition with an outrageous combination of a rich, eggy challah dough rolled up with apples, honey, onions, and sharp cheddar, and a whisper of cinnamon.
- Spinach-Goat Cheese Gnocchi
Absurdly easy but very impressive, creamy goat cheese plays gloriously with fresh baby spinach.
- Basil Gnudi in Red Pepper Sauce
Fresh summery basil Gnudi swimming in a creamy, ultra-simple red pepper sauce.
- Grilled Chicken and Avocado Spring Rolls
These plump little spring rolls make an ideal picnic lunch
- Green Garlic and Almond Pesto
A Bright green pesto that's great with chicken, scrambled eggs, and more.
- Sriracha Tomato Jam
Hold onto summer and make those ripe tomatoes into jam
- Brown Rice Cakes
With vegetables and cheese
- Matzo Kugel with Spinach and Goat Cheese
Delicious kosher meal
- Apple-Onion Tartlets with Cheddar
Sweet caramelized onions and apples are contrasted delightfully with salty cheddar and spicy black pepper
- Smoked Tuna Salad
My friend Evan told me about can-smoked tuna recently as we were discussing cool ways to apply fire to food. His friend David Ruderman, an Orthodox rabbi, showed him how to do it once, when he was visiting from Israel. David picked it up during his time i
- Spicy Won ton Soup
A cold, blustery day is the perfect kind of day for hot, spicy won ton soup.
- Sweet Potato Gyoza
If you’ve never made dumplings before, this is a good recipe to start with.
- Bacon-Spinach Soup With Parmesan
Just a few strips of bacon transform a whopping two pounds of spinach into a decadent, addictive soup.
Bake some rich, eggy challah or French brioche you decide
- Fresh Lox
The way to eat a bagel is with cream cheese, sliced red onions, and a big heap of lox.
- Mongolian Beef
Spicy, sweet and with significantly less sugar.
- Salade Nicoise-ish
A salad that is quick to make and very satisfying
- Blistered Dates With Cream Cheese, Honey, and Mint
Today I experimented with briefly popping cream-cheese-stuffed dates under the broiler
- Beet Chips
Earthy, sweet, and reminiscent of potato chips
- Twice-Baked Sweet Potatoes With Kale and Cheddar
Technically this is a side dish, but honestly, I would just as soon eat it on its own for my dinner.
- Pumpkin-Apple Soup
It’s one of the best ever dinner-party soups, because it requires barely any work.
- Pumpkin Gnocchi With Onions and Sage
This quintessentially autumnal dish is much easier to make than it looks.
- Spanakopita Burgers
I woke up this morning craving spanakopita, but alas, had no phyllo. I did, however, have spinach, onion, garlic and feta. Ground beef.
- Creamy French Scrambled Eggs
These are not just any scrambled eggs. These are creamy French-style scrambled eggs.
- Preserved Lemons
All you need is Meyer lemons and patience,
After a friend clued me in that it’s actually pretty simple to prepare at home, I decided to stop dropping $6-$10 every week and learn to make it myself.
- Grilled Steak Salad With Watermelon and Macadamia Nuts
Sweet watermelon and rich, crunchy macadamias pair perfectly with juicy, flavorful, and awesomely affordable grilled skirt steak.
- Cilantro-Honey Margaritas
I could think of nothing else under the sun I’d rather sip right now.
- Coconut Ice Cream
My friends . . . whoa. This ice cream is different. Made from rich, creamy coconut milk.
- Proscuitto and Fresh Peaches with Mozzarella di Bufula
I'm going to let you in on one of the best-kept secrets of "gourmet" cooking: It's mostly about presentation.
- Absurdly Easy Roasted Tomato-Chipotle Soup
Sure, you could open a can of soup. Or, you could take a few extra minutes and exert the tiniest amount of additional effort and make this spicy, creamy, incredibly flavorful soup.
- Home-made Ricotta
Nobody ever invited friends over for some “guar gum and modified food starch.”
- Pho With Leeks and Hoisin Duck
Pho is really easy to make at home, which is lucky because it’s delicious.
- Watermelon-Lime Gazpacho
I enjoy stuffing things into other things (I know, I know, that’s what she said).
- Olive Oil Doughnuts With Orange-Ginger Sugar
Pizza-dough doughnuts are one of my favorite ways to impress guests while putting forth almost no effort (and even less cash).
- Rosemary-Garlic Roast Chicken (aka “Third Date Chicken”)
I don’t love cooking for first, or even second, dates.
- Home-Made Strawberry Pop-Tarts
Growing up, my brother and I were not allowed to eat Pop-Tarts for breakfast. Pop-Tarts, like Lucky Charms and Cap’n Crunch, were relegated to a category that my brother and I referred to as “vacation food.” Therefore, I associate Pop-Tarts with Lake Tahoe,
- Chinese Meatball Sliders
A heap of rice vinegar-soaked shredded carrots and cucumber gives this sandwich a kind of banh mi feel.
- Sweet Potato, White Bean, and Chicken Stew
This easy, hearty stew is full of healthy fiber and lean protein
- Baked Pasta With Leeks, Spinach, Bacon, and Cheddar
This fragrant, rich, indulgent dish should be served on chilly nights to people you really, really like.
- Dessert Quesadillas
I was just about to toss this year’s ridiculous Lindt Santa when it occurred to me that I could use it to make the dessert tortillas I dreamed up a few weeks ago
- Chicken Tikka Masala With Wilted Spinach
It’s amazing how quickly this deeply flavorful and rich Indian takeout staple comes together
- Mashed Sweet Potatoes With Goat Cheese, Rosemary, and Olive Oil
Will you still like me if I tell you mashed potatoes don’t do all that much for me?
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