Mark Bittman's Salmon Burgers with roasted cauliflower. Tasty, and not too pricey because you're grinding it up anyway so you can buy cheap pieces of salmon instead of nice filets.
Cranberry curd tart! So amazing! The crust is made of hazelnuts!
My mom made this ham, swiss and pear strata for Christmas Day. It was EXCELLENT despite not being particularly pretty.
Christmas Eve was manicotti. I think Josie liked them.
She also apparently likes hot sauce on her faux-gogi.
Roasted tofu and vegetable (delicata squash and eggplant) banh mi sandwiches, plus avocado and cucumber salad, pickled carrot and daikon radish, cilantro.
A couple of quiches (mushroom, artichoke, goat cheese and tomato, broccoli, cheddar) plus two chocolate babkas for our New Year's Day brunch.
Dave Lieberman's Moroccan Spiced Chickpea Soup, a perennial favorite here. Josie learned to dip bread in soup!
Chicken with celery seed and salt from Zahav, roasted fennel and shallot, sweet potato. Not a pretty picture, but good. Tahini sauce to go with.
Leftover chicken from above reheated in its cooking juices, plus cukes and rice and various pickles, made into lettuce wraps. Romaine isn't the best choice but it is what we had that day.
Moules frites and champagne, because it was the only white wine we had in the house, so I had to open it to cook the mussels anyway. Herbed mayo for dipping the fries.
Oatmeal. Josie is learning how to use a "puun! puun! puun!"
And just a day or two ago, swiss chard pancakes, carrot salad and #putaneggonit.