The signature dish at Bouchée is similar to boeuf bourguignon except it uses short ribs, which create a more elegant presentation for individual servings....
Author: Walter Manzke
Whole foie gras can vary in size (goose liver tends to be larger than duck). If your foie gras differs from the recipe by more than half a pound, increase...
When she was in her early 20s, my mother worked with a Frenchwoman named Jackie. One day, my mother mentioned that she was looking forward to trying a...
Author: Judy Kagan
If it looks good at the market, it will be good in this salad.
Author: Andrew Knowlton
A triple layer of crumbly crust, a truffle-like interior, and an almost patent-leather-shiny glaze make this tart the chicest take on chocolate we've come...
Author: Paul Grimes
Author: Lidia Matticchio Bastianich
The classic combination of tender pork, tart apples, and cider-braised sweet potatoes is a textbook meal for chilly days, especially when you're really...
Author: Carla Snyder
This recipe has been in the family of senior editor Randi Danforth for generations. Her great-grandmother bought penny sponge candy to take to the movies...
Author: Frank Stitt
Author: Wolfgang Puck
This luxurious treat is somewhere between a trifle, a tiramisù, and a summer pudding. The lime gives it a wonderful brightness.
Author: Lori Longbotham
There may be more sauce than you need to serve with the chicken. Use the leftovers on mashed potatoes or simply freeze for another time.
Author: Gretchen Holt-Witt
Coeur à la crème (cream heart) is a classic French dessert traditionally served with strawberries. This is adapted from a recipe in "Valentine Dinner...
Author: Anna Stockwell
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Author: Giada De Laurentiis
Basic Crepes Recipe
Author: Gina Marie Miraglia Eriquez
In a Vietnamese "Pho" Rice Noodle Soup with Beef you can serve this soup with several toppings
Author: Mai Pham
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Author: Geoffrey Selling
Hams with a thick honey glaze can sometimes be too cloying. This recipe takes a more balanced approach that results in a light sweetness and a beautiful...
Cicoria is a standard cooked green on menus all over Italy-it has a pleasing bitterness that's offset by the richness of the oil it's sautéed in. Sadly,...
Author: Abigail Johnson Dodge
In this luxurious dish, the marrow from slow-simmered beef shanks combines with pan juices and aromatic vegetables, creating a silky gravy perfect for...
Author: Andrea Reusing
Long on flavor and short on time, this classic French dish makes a smart weeknight dinner. Bright with tarragon, it's a great way to welcome spring.
Toss chopped endive, radicchio, fennel and roasted bell peppers with oil and vinegar for a pretty salad course. For the finale, offer poached pears drizzled...
If possible, use flat no-cook lasagna noodles: They look and taste more like homemade than the curly kind.
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Author: Melissa Roberts
We make the shells for these tarts with packaged graham cracker crumbs to save time. If your brown sugar contains hard lumps, force it through a sieve...
Author: Larraine Perri
Author: Nina Simonds
An easy Oatcakes recipe.
This tart-but-sweet butter brings an extra hue of cerulean to dusty-blue cornmeal pancakes, but it also happens to be our favorite butter for muffins or...
Author: Jesse Tyler Ferguson
This old-fashioned pastry dough makes a deliciously shortbread-like crust. This recipe can be prepared in 45 minutes or less.