What to Cook Right Now

Date:


Good morning. Melissa Clark not too long ago went massive on upside-down cakes in The Occasions, and now that’s all I need to make: peach upside-down cake (above); pineapple upside-down cake with pecans; berry upside-down cake; banana upside-down cake. They’re comparatively simple to place collectively and are excellent for these of us who purchase an excessive amount of on the farmers’ market and wince on the sight of growing old fruit on the counter.

“Upside-down cakes don’t require the pristine fruit you’d want for a shortcake or tart,” Melissa wrote. “No matter how wrinkled your peaches or sagging your blueberries, once they’ve been caramelized and baked under batter, they’ll become syrupy and colorful, a shimmering crown without further need of embellishment.”

Comply with her lead tonight, and the week might be off to an exquisite begin. (Particularly should you make this creamy, lemony pasta for dinner upfront of the cake.)

There are lots of hundreds extra concepts for what proper now ready for you on New York Times Cooking, and additional inspiration on our TikTok, Instagram and YouTube channels. You do, nonetheless, want a subscription to entry the recipes. Subscriptions assist our work and permit it to proceed. Please, should you haven’t taken one out but, would you take into account subscribing today? Thanks.

For those who run into hassle whereas signing up or utilizing our know-how, please write for help: cookingcare@nytimes.com. Somebody will get again to you. And if you wish to get one thing off your chest, or just to say hey, you may write to me: foodeditor@nytimes.com. I can’t reply to each letter — it’s a whole lot of mail. However I learn each one.

Now, it’s a good distance from chanterelles and new potatoes, however I’m a little bit fascinated by “Industry,” on HBO Max, a soapy collection about ambition that’s set in a deeply unsavory funding financial institution in London.

There’s a whole lot of cool-hunting in John Lurie’s downtown memoir, “The History of Bones.” Cintra Wilson, in The New York Evaluate of Books, wrote that “it inspires a visceral, almost sexual level of nostalgia for the late Seventies/Eighties in New York — the scene around the Mudd Club, CBGB, and Max’s Kansas City back when they really mattered and a relevant subcultural demimonde still existed in Manhattan.”

You’ll need to learn David Marchese’s interview with Neil Gaiman in The New York Occasions Journal.

Lastly, right here’s the primary single from Plains, a brand new band from Waxahatchee’s Katie Crutchfield and the singer-songwriter Jess Williamson: “Problem With It.” There’s loads of poetry in nation music: “I drive fast on high alert/Pass the Jet-Pep and the Baptist church/On the county line I’ll be a songbird softly heard/My loose change falling out/Got a heartbreak burn, take the quickest route.”

Take heed to that and I’ll be again on Wednesday.



LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

Share post:

Subscribe

spot_imgspot_img

Popular

More like this
Related

ChatGPT acquired 100 million active users faster than TikTok and Instagram

ChatGPT, the artificial intelligence-powered...

Manhunt For Dating App Torturer Ends With Discovery Of Multiple Dead Bodies

The excellent news is, this manhunt is over....

Understanding Brain’s Response to Chronic Stress!

Scientists on the Medical Faculty of Georgia at...

It Sure Does Sound Like Biden Steamrolled Kevin McCarthy In Their Meeting

Speaker Kevin McCarthy was speaking an enormous recreation...