In this column, Katherine Knowles divulges recipes you can make in your tiny New York City kitchen. Check out more of her recipes in our archives.
This, courtesy of my friend Sara, who related it after dinner one night as the apple punch simmered on the hob and the fire (totally legal, btw) flickered in the grate.
"When I first moved to New York, I got a great deal through a friend of a friend of my mom's: a studio that used to be part of a bigger apartment on Park Avenue. It was cheap, but in return, I'd go next door and sit with the lady who owned the building. I'd bring her milk and juice sometimes. She had the first stages of dementia and she liked to have company. More »