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Famed and flame-haired Mission Chinese chef Danny Bowien will open a 2-day pop-up restaurant in Oklahoma City to support tornado relief efforts. Though he's made his name in SF and NY, Bowien hails from sooner state. [Grubstreet]
Arrested Development is returning with a whole slew of new episodes on May 26 and, here at EDF, we couldn't be more excited. Really! And while we won't suggest you break out the Cornballer -- or take a bunch of Teamocil -- we had to recognize this momentous event. Our own Sarah Carey celebrates our favorite shows return with her own recipe for frozen bananas. Check it out -- but NO TOUCHING!
The grilled bread in this recipe is really just a vehicle for delicious summer flavors -- but what a great one it is! Cook up a few more slices than you think you'll need (when we made this at home, we set out leftover tomato-pepper-caper topping in a serving bowl and dug in with the extra bread -- sharing made it into an instant party!).
This dish comes together with equal parts pantry and fridge ingredients. Here's what you'll need:
Welcome to My Kitchen Pantry, where we sneak a glimpse inside the kitchens of some of our favorite chefs and serious home cooks to try and uncover their can't-live-without everyday foods. We'll kick off this section by checking out the ever-evolving shelves of EDF's own Editor in Chief Sarah Carey.
Where are the capers, Sarah?
"I buy things that can I work with, not marinades or crappy stuff. I'd always pass on tomato sauce to make my own version with good, canned tomatoes."-Sarah Carey
Want to bulk up your pantry? Sarah says hers is never without the following staple ingredients: