Milk and Honey
At home, I warm milk, stir in two teaspoons of honey, and drink it in a teacup. It's so basic yet pure; I love it. So, at my restaurant we made a dessert called "milk and honey." It's milk ice cream that looks like a snowball, and then you cut into it, and honey runs out. —Daniel Humm, Eleven Madison Park, New York City
MORE TO READ
The New Stephen King Cookbook Is as Spooky as it Sounds
Cook your way through some of the horror author’s most blood-curdling stories, from Carrie to Cujo.
Cultural Calendar: Where to Go and What to Cook in October
From a festival celebrating the world’s most expensive spice to a plant-based extravaganza in Thailand, here’s what our editors are digging into this month.