What to Cook This Weekend

Good morning. Tejal Rao explores the dark, delicious the magic of Vietnamese fish sauce for The Times this week and bring us a great recipe for Bun trumpet (above), fish curry braised with coconut served with crispy raw skin – a street specialty of Kien Giang province, Mekong Delta. I want to make bun trumpet this weekend and eat it because it’s served in Phu Quoc, Vietnam’s largest island: at breakfast.

That would call for an early morning – this recipe takes over an hour to make. But what is a weekend without a project?

Or projects! Tomorrow could be your last day cream cake, in memory of Ebinger, a popular Brooklyn bakery that closed in 1972. On Sundays, you can make a dinner of Spicy big tray chicken served at the Spicy Village in Manhattan. And at some point, try Coq Au Vin. Also, Bavarian soft biscuits. And prosciutto duck.

But I understand if none of those are on the card for you right now. We’ve been in this dizzying cooking business for a long time, through lockdowns and quarantines, supply chain woes, fine and furious weather. It can be tiring. Some days are a win if you can fry an egg and serve it over steamed white rice with butter, soy sauce, and a dash of sesame oil. For many people, the weekend comes as a welcome opportunity: lying on the couch watching”Yellowstone,” Or wander the forest path before a deli sandwich and a nap.

So easy recipes for those who need them: Shrimp scampi; Creamy tofu noodles; Pan-fried sausage with tomato and chili. Or maybe a Mushroom chicken with green onion sauce? (I do it in a pressure cooker sometimes, just for a quick fix.) Definitely this caramelized cabbage and walnut pasta, supple and fragrant and rich.

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