Rum mixed with clementine juice and kumquats!
Gingerbread frogs instead of men.
Will Forte was on the Leonard Lopate Show to talk about his role as David, who helps his estranged father (played by Bruce Dern), in the new film, Nebraska. He also told us how he discovered Yeats's poetry and became a fan of skiing. Find out by reading his Guest Picks below!
An aromatic made from pine needles
This pudding makes a great winter holiday dessert with its jewel-like red and cream colors. The light fluffiness of the sweet rice pudding pairs nicely with the barberry’s full-bodied wild flavor with hints of cranberry. You can prepare this ahead of time, keeping it in the refrigerator and taking it out an hour before serving.
Applesauce and tofu give this chocolate cake a rich, moist texture without the many grams of saturated fat contained in traditional recipes. It is an excellent dessert for celebrations with loved ones.
A rich, healthy vegetable stew.
Sir Ian McKellen was on the Leonard Lopate Show recently, along with his co-star Sir Patrick Stewart, to talk about the Broadway production of No Man's Land and Waiting for Godot. He also told what he's a fan of and gave us the recipe for his favorite comfort food!
Find out what the legendary songwriter and producer is listening to these days!
Find out what actor Bruce Dern has been listening to and what he's a fan of!
A quick, flavorful summertime soup.
These tasty, savory, miniature pastries are a huge hit in Patricia Wells' cooking classes.
The seven recipes Rozanne Gold selected as her favorites among all of our submissions.
Andre Schiffrin was a force of nature in the publishing world for 50 years. He championed the work of Jean-Paul Sartre, Gunter Grass, Simone de Beauvoir, and Julio Cortazar, among many others, first at Pantheon, before founding the independent New Press. He died in Paris at the age of 78. And you can hear his interview with Leonard from September 2000, when he discussed his polemical memoir, The Business of Books.
Chico Hamilton was a triple threat – a drummer, bandleader, and composer, whose smooth, understated style led to California’s cool jazz sound. He was a charter member of Gerry Mulligan’s quartet before founding his own quintet. And he wrote the music for Roman Polanski’s 1965 film, Repulsion. He died at the age of 92. You can still hear his interview with Leonard Lopate in August of 2007 below.
Besides serving potato kugel as a side dish for meat or poultry or fish, a larger portion of this egg-rich version makes a good lunch. If cut into small squares, it’s also a good finger food to go with wine or cocktails.