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Sunday Suppers


In an ideal world, everyone would have a warm Sunday supper to look forward to after a long work week and a weekend packed with social engagements. In reality, the weekend passes in a blink of an eye and you're left exhausted on the couch while the Sunday evening blues set in.

Sunday Suppers is a beautiful return to tradition, a "labor of love" by stylist and photographer Karen Mordechai, who fills her gorgeous blog with fresh, seasonal food that forces you to slow down and take all the beauty in. It was conceived as a class-cooking-dining experience, pairing friends and food; but for those unable to make the actual dinners, there's plenty of eye candy to keep you sated.

Through Karen's lens, we get glimpses of food as artwork - whether it's purple asparagus, simply roasted baby root vegetables or homemade burrata, it's a true feast for the senses.

Be sure to check out Karen's beautiful blog, Sunday Suppers - and tell us what you've been reading!

A Chef's Secrets for Cooking Fish

This article originally appeared at The Daily Meal
By Yasmin Fahr, Editor

It’s not often that you walk around Chelsea Market with a man wearing a skirt — especially one who is a celebrity. A Scottish celebrity chef that is. I recently had the pleasure of perusing the seafood selection at the Lobster Place with chef Michael Smith from The Three Chimneys on Scotland's Isle of Skye to learn about local cookery and how to avoid overcooking fish.

Read more at A Chef's Secrets for Cooking Fish

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