Has been open for decades, and is always empty, no matter what time I pass by. Has anyone ever eaten there? And if yes, what's it like? And if no, what is your guess as to what they really do in order to stay in business?
This is not your typical lasagna. It’s a much fresher, lighter, more produce-forward take on the classic—a bright-tasting mash-up between a tomato gratin and a lasagna that makes the most of peak-season tomatoes.
Milanese is Italian for "breaded and sautéed until golden," an easy (and fast) way to dress up sliced pork tenderloin. Top the pork with a creamy mushroom sauce and serve with a simple kale salad for a complete meal.
"Three kinds of ginger define this zippy cookie, which I’ve been baking and tweaking since the mid-1990s from Barbara Tropp’s China Moon Cookbook," cookbook author and culinary instructor Andrea Nguyen says.