Dining

Caractère

Roux says of Caractère’s approach to the menu’s organization, “The character traits used to describe the dishes are quirky and characterful, describing not only the food but also both our personalities.”

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You Can Have Your Diet and Eat Your Cake Too!

Depending on how you look at it, dessert is either a sweet treat to enjoy after a sensible dinner or a fool-proof way to foul up your strict regimen. But what if dessert was just another part of the meal, a source of lean proteins, plant fiber, healthy fats–and delicious to boot?

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Recipe: Carrot Cake

As time has gone by, I’ve found ways to embellish and add my own flare, such as soaking the raisins in Grand Marnier for a few hours, using more freshly grated nutmeg than the recipe calls for and using only organic ingredients.

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Recipe: Onion Souffle

Onion souffle is a classic fixture in the Southern holiday spread. Light and rich, this is the perfect pairing next to a honey-baked ham or alongside a scrumptious breakfast spread—and the preparation is refreshingly easy.

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