Gilda Claudine Karasik’s election night bake was saved by a box of rice flour.
Two Gildas can’t seem to agree on the difference between chilaquiles and migas. Can a 40 year old recipe clear things up?
Gilda Claudine Karasik cooks her way down memory lane with these spicy hipster black beans.
Gilda Claudine Karasik ponders the similarities between cooking and love poems.
If you ever find yourself in Laredo, Texas, stop in to say hello to Elsa Sanchez, the owner and operator of La India Packing Co. Inc. & Tasting Room Cafe.
A stuffing recipe that has been handed down through generations. And now, Gilda Claudine Karasik passes it on to you.
The story about how Gilda came to fill an ordinary brown paper bag with the most exquisite lentilles du Puy.
From elaborate Thanksgiving meals to lovely everyday dishes like fried green tomatoes, Gilda Claudine Karasik loves sitting down at her stepmother’s table.
Gilda Claudine Karasik experiences the culinary cultural tradition not of a nation, but of a family.
A romantic Father’s Day dinner, meticulously planned and prepared days in advance. Or maybe not.
To Gilda Claudine Karasik, Memorial Day Weekend is a time for both celebration and remembrance.
Buying a share in a CSA makes Gilda Claudine Karasik feel just a little bit closer to Paris.
Gilda Claudine Karasik about lost recipes from her beloved 90 year old grandmother.
When in trouble over moral food choices, Gilda Claudine Karasik finds herself turning to Quinoa.
What can possibly go wrong? More than you’d think, according to Gilda Claudine Karasik.