Tag Archives: Deborah Madison

Roasted Beet Salad

There are certain foods and dishes that can help define the era they’re from: turn-of-the-last-century Waldorf salad, for example, or Eisenhower-era TV dinners pitched to liberate America’s housewives.  There’s Chicken Marbella, star of the Silver Palate Cookbook, and latchkey kid-friendly Jell-o pudding … Continue reading

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Spinach & Mushroom Lasagna

Oh, that looks pretty good, doesn’t it? Well it is, my friends. Piping hot, rich with béchamel and aged Italian cheese, layered with chewy-tender pasta and earthy vegetables. Pretty good indeed. I’ve spent too many years averse to casseroles, those … Continue reading

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