Cold weather can bring us together–snuggled around the fireplace (or large screen tv) and gathered around a table. But cooking for a crowd doesn’t have to be a chore. In Sunday Suppers, Karen Mordechai underlines the communal pleasures of eating together whether its a winter brunch punctuated by a honeyed fig tart or a fun kid’s party with the surprisingly sophisticated flavors mixed root veggie chips and ricotta fritters with grape jam. Or maybe you want to ease into the classics; in that case, Mr. and Mrs. Sunday’s Suppers will fill the table from casseroles to cookies.
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