It was just hailing here in L.A. Now it’s sunny. What end-of-the-world weather we’re having!
Here’s a little cozy dish to warm you up on this blizzardy, L.A. weekend. (Yes, there’s really a blizzard in L.A… or least the mountains). It’s called Chicken Sauce Piquant and it’s from Donald Link’s Real Cajun, one of my favorite cookbooks.
I mentioned the dish a few newsletters ago, but Claire Saffitz’s Meyer Lemon Bundt Cake stole the show there. But now for the dinner that came before it: zesty, spicy, hearty, and thickened with a peanut-butter colored roux, it’s a really fun cooking project.
Now on to the big news…
As some of you may have seen on Instagram, Craig and I are moving back to NY this summer! (At the latest, September.)
The decision-making process was a hard one but ultimately it’s a decision that makes a lot of sense for both of us. I’ll write more about it on Monday (will it be a notorious NY to LA back to NY essay?) but I’m so excited to get back to my roots. And by my roots I mean this:
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