Three Cubed: Move Over, Cream Puff

Indianers definitely fall into the “little balls of happiness” category of food (like Julia Child’s wine-braised pearl onions or, in general, gougères).

Rapture

There’s nothing like the end of the world to get your hunger juices going.

Springing Into the Season

To introduce ourselves to Baltimore, Three Points Kitchen threw its second real-world, y’all-come-on-over event this past Sunday. Friends from far and near were kind enough to stop by and sample our kitchen’s offerings. It was a Mad Hatter Tea Party of sorts, celebrating the arrival of the fresh produce of the season–bright pea and mint…

Tart Me Up

… with a little too much time and butter on my hands, the single tart became three as Saturday stretched into a test-kitchen moment for crusts and fillings.

Easter, and Not a Chocolate in Sight

Good friends, inspired food and a sunny, 80-degree Washington combined for a glorious outdoor Easter potluck. On the menu: balsamic-braised mushrooms with goat cheese, Greek salad, Moroccan-inspired leg of lamb, apricot carrots, poireaux ménagère (a genius potato, leek and onion dish from the late Lutèce), asparagus tart, Slovenian potica and passion fruit-raspberry tart with whipped…

Post-Game Wrap-up

Welcome to guest blogger Amelia Peltz, who shared our Thanksgiving table and brought a dish that became a hands-down favorite.     Who Says Vegetarians Can’t Have Fun, Too?   Ah, Thanksgiving.  The turkey-centric holiday that often left those of the vegetarian persuasion feeling a little freakish for our desire to just eat the vegetables. …