How sweet the Saveur

My stepmother-in-law (gotta love the twenty-first century) got us a gift subscription to Saveur about a year ago. It’s really only been in the last few months that I’ve really started to appreciate it. The recipes are great, reasonably “cookable,” and the way they do theme issues means there will be at least one or two keepers among the recipes one way or the other.

Recent successes:

Stretch’s Chicken Savoy

Sausages with French Green Lentils

Eggs Benedict (with lots of great variations in the actual issue, although not online)

Man. I’m suddenly acutely aware that the Nativity Fast is all of two weeks away.


2 Responses to “How sweet the <i>Saveur</i>”

  1. 1 Anna 30 October 2008 at 5:58 pm

    RE: “Next time I’m making *you* Greek food”

    Can you just make me Stretch’s Chicken Savoy?

  2. 2 Richard Barrett 30 October 2008 at 6:02 pm

    We could do that one night and Greek food another night.

    You don’t understand. I’m going to make you Greek food if it kills me.

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