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How to Make Osso Buco (Italian Braised Veal Shanks)

The most incredible thing about osso buco, the hearty Milanese dish of braised veal shanks, is how singular its flavor is given how simple it is. The braise itself contains little more than your classic assortment of aromatics, like onion, carrot, and celery; the shanks themselves; plus some wine, …

Seafood Pastas

These hearty recipes include angel hair pasta with squid, mussels, and zucchini and seafood capellini with saffron.

Christmas Roasts

'Tis the season to enjoy a tender and juicy Christmas roast. Chef Mario Batali offers up a simple Roman-style pork roast, while Akasha Richmond goes …

5 Exotic Culinary Vacations Where It’s All About the Food

For many travelers, food isn’t central to their itineraries. Delighting in the tastes of regional cuisine often plays second fiddle to activities like going on safari, whiling away the hours in the Hermitage Museum, or even watching moss grow (yes, this is a real and apparently popular travel …

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7 Savory Crêpes You Can Eat for Dinner

When you think crêpes, you might envision crêpes Suzette, the dramatic dish flambéed with brandy and Grand Marnier, or warm brown-butter crêpes with …

3 Variations on Pan Sauce for Weeknight Chicken

<i>Stock is one of the building blocks of a well-stocked kitchen (and pan sauce), so we've partnered with Progresso Cooking Stock to share recipes that will get you through the holidays.</i><p><b>If sauces were coats, pan sauce would be the stylish light jacket for your chicken:</b> It's a quick solution that can …

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Vegetarian Thanksgiving Side Dishes From Gramercy Tavern’s Michael Anthony

The Thanksgiving bird is unequivocally the highlight of the meal—it’s Turkey Day, after all. But this year, it may be the vegetable’s time to shine. As <i>Vogue</i> contributor Tamar Adler wrote for the magazine’s October issue, “All our old pale and passive vegetative associations are slipping.” Her …

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