Hillary Reeves

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About 'Hillary Reeves' Channel

A blog about cooking and dining in New York City.

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Spanish Octopus Stew

[...] the coast of Spain! Octopus and garlic stewing, chorizo sliced, bread ready to grill! — Hillary Reeves (@hillreeves) September 8, 2013 In the end, the octopi were definitely not worth all of the [...]

Bisquick Hacks: Chocolate Maple Pecan Pancakes

[...] maple syrup! The post Bisquick Hacks: Chocolate Maple Pecan Pancakes appeared first on Hillary Reeves. [...]

Fun With Schnitzel

[...] wedges. Serves 4-8 at 1-2 cutlets per person. The post Fun With Schnitzel appeared first on Hillary Reeves. [...]

Favorite Upper West Side Restaurants, Part Deux

[...] been disappointed. The post Favorite Upper West Side Restaurants, Part Deux appeared first on Hillary Reeves. [...]

Pan de Sal, Garlic Fried Rice and Corned Beef – Filipino Breakfast

[...] about a month ago with a proposition: come over for dinner and I’ll cook you your favorite meal– the catch being that I get to take pictures of you eating and put them on the Internet. [...]

Potato Gnocchi from Scratch!

[...] a little Hannibal-y; so be it. On the menu this  time was Meredith‘s most favorite meal. “I’m going to get Italian on you and say gnocchi,” she said when I [...]

Happy Birthday, Blog!

[...] was supposed to be the blog entry dedicated to my good friend Vincenza. She told me it was her favorite meal, but when I went to put it on  my calendar (since I cook these meals every Sunday), [...]

Fun With Schnitzel

[...] would do for her, so Dan made a warm potato salad with bacon. Isaac had no real ideas on his favorite meal, but he’d just been in Germany visiting family, we already had German potato salad and [...]

Homemade Chili Salsa

[...] just eating alone as a stew! For a more precise recipe, check out this one from Simply Recipes or this one from Bon Appetit! — One year ago: Gallete des rois! Make this [...]

Recipes & Sources I Trust

[...] Cookies–take it from me (and make sure you eat ‘em straight out of the oven!). Simply Recipes Elise Bauer has been one of my favorite recipe-writers since about 2007. Her blog, which has [...]

Tips for Risotto

[...] made risotto for a rice ball’s sake. Ready for a recipe? Here are some trusty sources: Simply Recipes, The Kitchn (this recipe would be perfect for making rice balls), Lidia Bastianich, Mark [...]

Fun With Schnitzel

[...] is whistled and you’ll be in the clear. Pork Schnitzel Adapted from recipe found on Simply Recipes 8 boneless pork cutlets 3/4 cup all purpose flour 2 eggs, beaten 1 1/4 cup panko bread crumbs [...]

Snow Day Brownies Recipe

[...] 1 Tbsp milk 1 Tbsp powdered milk (optional) 1/3 cup all-purpose flower 1/2 – 3/4 cup chocolate chips or chocolate morsels (do your thing) I also added in some cornflake crunch, nuts would work, [...]

How to Approach a Cookie Exchange

[...] last cookies to go. Second, cookies should have mix-ins, the most basic (and essential) being chocolate chips. I used to work at a bakery and it baffled me how many people bought sugar cookies over [...]

Ricotta Blueberry Pancakes

[...] in the pantry for impromptu pancakes, which, let’s be real, are simply a vehicle for chocolate chips which I pack into those bad boys like it’s 1999. I also [...] The post Ricotta [...]

Bisquick Hacks: Chocolate Maple Pecan Pancakes

[...] , if you weren’t adding the sugar/chocolate in this form, you’d be adding it in chocolate chips (obviously; plain pancakes are practically unbearable if you ask me), so you’re simply [...]

Panzerotti di Ricotta; Sweet Ricotta Fritters

[...] dough should have the consistency of pizza dough. 2. To make filling, press ricotta through mesh strainer into a bowl. Add sugar and beat well until incorporated. Toss in chocolate and mix. 3. Divide [...]

Potato Gnocchi from Scratch!

[...] in a hot oven for about an hour. Then, once cooled, I peeled and pushed the potato through a mesh strainer since I am woefully without vegetable ricer (birthday present, anybody?!). I added the [...]

Homemade Chili Salsa

[...] in another scoop of the soaking liquid and continue. Once smooth, press through a mesh strainer into a sautee pan. Add in a tablespoon of olive oil and cook on a simmer for about ten [...]

Braised Chicken with Shallots

[...] chanterelle 2 cups chicken stock 2 Tbsp coarsely chopped tarragon 3/4 cup heavy cream 2 Tbsp chives 1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees F. Season chicken with salt and pepper, then rub with [...]

Fun With Schnitzel

[...] or olive oil, for frying 3/4 cup chicken stock (or water) 3/4 cup sour cream (full fat) 2 Tbsp chives, chopped 1. Using a meat hammer, beat out each pork cutlet until 1/4 – 1/8 inch thick. If [...]

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Spanish Octopus Stew

[...] the coast of Spain! Octopus and garlic stewing, chorizo sliced, bread ready to grill! — Hillary Reeves (@hillreeves) September 8, 2013 In the end, the octopi were definitely not worth all of the [...]

Bisquick Hacks: Chocolate Maple Pecan Pancakes

[...] maple syrup! The post Bisquick Hacks: Chocolate Maple Pecan Pancakes appeared first on Hillary Reeves. [...]

Fun With Schnitzel

[...] wedges. Serves 4-8 at 1-2 cutlets per person. The post Fun With Schnitzel appeared first on Hillary Reeves. [...]

Favorite Upper West Side Restaurants, Part Deux

[...] been disappointed. The post Favorite Upper West Side Restaurants, Part Deux appeared first on Hillary Reeves. [...]

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