This issue of vintage Sphere is filled with so many good recipes, I could have made all of them! But in the end, a bread recipe from Bert Greene won out.
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Hello, Bert. How I still miss you. If Bert Greene were still with us, he would tell you his favorite summer herb was basil. When he ran The Store in Amagansett on Long Island, he used to grow yards and yards of it in a brick-bordered kitchen garden behind his house. This is the pesto […]
I know. I can’t stop writing about Bert Greene. I already wrote blogs here and here, but Bert is just too wonderful, and an endless number of people agree. This cookbook was Bert’s last. Not long after he completed the manuscript for The Grains Cookbook, Bert Greene died. This explains why we see an illustration […]
My Bert Greene obsession continues. If you read one of my earlier blogs about Bert, you know I adore him and his recipes. His first cookbook from 1974 is “The Store Cookbook,” written with Denis Vaughn. The cookbook began as cocktail small talk on a summer afternoon in Long Island. Wouldn’t it be great to […]