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Dorie Greenspan


New York, NY, United States

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Past articles by Dorie:


The secret to a great Lamington is to let the cake sit overnight so it will soak up more chocolate. This Australian specialty is then coated with coconut. → Read More

6 ways to repurpose leftover vanilla bean pods, according to Dorie Greenspan

Even after the seeds are scraped out, there is so much flavor hiding in the pods → Read More

Classic Chocolate Chip Cookies

The mother of these classic chocolate chip cookies is the famed Toll House recipe. But these spread more; they’ve got more salt, more vanilla too, and chocolate chunks instead of chips. → Read More

The Genius, Foolproof Lemon Cake Dorie Greenspan Swears By

It’s powerfully puckery. → Read More

See Dorie Greenspan’s Cozy Office Nook Where She Does Her Best Work

A look around legendary baker and cookbook author Dorie Greenspan's home office in New York's Upper West Side neighborhood. → Read More

Pasta with Cabbage, Winter Squash and Walnuts

Excerpted with permission from Dorie Greenspan's Everyday Dorie: Some dishes take days of planning and some just pop into your head while you’re fretting that there’s nothing in the house for dinner. This was such a dish. I’d left planning to well after the last minute, so I had to scramble and make do with whatever I could forage in the fridge. It turned out there were hunks of cabbage and… → Read More

Chicken and Salad Milanese Style

Excerpted with permission from Dorie Greenspan's Everyday Dorie: My friend Tony Fortuna’s restaurant, TBar, is the kind of place you could go to every day, and many people do—it’s beloved on Manhattan’s Upper East Side. I go there often, and many times, despite all the terrific dishes and the seasonal specials, I end up ordering the Chicken Milanese. I can’t resist the combination of a perfectly… → Read More

Sweet & Smoky Roasted Carrots

Excerpted with permission from Dorie Greenspan's Everyday Dorie: If you love smoked paprika, the odds are high that you’ll love these carrots. They’re roasted in a hot oven after they’ve been rolled around in a mix of honey, vinegar, cumin, cayenne and smoked paprika, which I consider a magical ingredient. I use it for its deep, almost sexy flavor and think of its beautiful rusty color as a… → Read More

Ricotta Spoonable

Excerpted with permission from Dorie Greenspan's Everyday Dorie: Take a peek in my fridge, and you’ll find the usual staples—milk, butter, eggs and yogurt, and my favorite plus-one: “ricotta spoonable.” I started making it years ago and I’ve probably never made it the same way twice. It’s a mix of ricotta, lots of chopped herbs, freshly grated lemon zest, olive oil and plenty of salt and pepper.… → Read More

8 Things Every New (or Nervous) Cook Should Know

Indispensable advice from Dorie Greenspan. → Read More

Make the cheesy bread that the French nibble nightly

This bread baked in French homes is just right for serving at the cocktail hour, or apéro, cut into finger-size batons that are just right for nibbling. → Read More

What Dorie Greenspan Makes When She's Got a Case of "The Yucks"

The Queen of Cookies shares her favorite "life-will-be-better" baking project → Read More

Hail the return of the quiche in time for spring entertaining

Being a part-time Parisian allows Dorie Greenspan a full-time love affair with quiche. And now she's on a crusade to bring it back with her Herbed Mushroom Quiche. → Read More

Attention, America: Dorie Greenspan’s bringing back the quiche

EVERYDAY DORIE | And she’s starting with an herb-and-mushroom version. → Read More

If you’re mad about madeleines, have we got a recipe — and tips — for you

EVERYDAY DORIE | Try Dorie Greenspan’s cappuccino flavoring, or go with the classic lemon. → Read More

Make the cheesy bread that the French nibble nightly

EVERYDAY DORIE | Cubes or batons of this are just the ticket for the tummy-rumbling hour. → Read More

The easy recipe for Valentine’s Day success: Heavenly, rich chocolate tartlets

EVERYDAY DORIE | With a ganache and a quick crust, this dessert works its magic. → Read More

Long before the toast craze in the US, the French were making tartines

EVERYDAY DORIE | Enliven roasted eggplant puree with ginger for a stellar open-faced sandwich → Read More

Just the thing to bake in the new year’s ‘lean season’

EVERYDAY DORIE | Rich-tasting chocolaty cupcakes and an optional yogurt topping won’t spoil anyone’s good intentions. → Read More

Make the eggs that can start your day — or a fancy-pants dinner

EVERYDAY DORIE | Coddled means gently cooked or soft-boiled; here, coddled eggs are paired with earthy mushrooms and herbs. → Read More