You'll want these cheesy baked noodles from Lilia chef Missy Robbins in your comfort-food arsenal.
Part cookbook and part autobiography, 'Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner… Life' is a look at the many influences of Missy Robbins.
Fennel pollen-dusted, garlic-studded pork roasted to perfection, and served over a bed of Spanish onions is about as close to heaven as you can get.
In the final installment of the first season of MOLTISSIMO, Mario cooks a Tuscan lunch for rapper Action Bronson and chef Missy Robbins of Williamsburg, Brooklyn's Lilia.
If you can make a box of dollar-store macaroni and cheese, you can make this garlicky seafood pasta dish from Brooklyn hotspot Lilia. And needless to say, it tastes a lot better.
Missy Robbins' cooking proves that less is more—especially when it comes to a simple pasta dish with fresh herbs, lemon, and oysters.