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Bucatini with Butter-Roasted Tomato Sauce

We love the way that roasting intensifies the flavor of canned tomatoes. While we're pretty obsessed with the texture of bucatini, a strand pasta with a hole running through it, this dish is every bit as delicious with spaghetti, linguine, or even rigatoni.<p>Ingredients<p>8 garlic cloves<p>¼ cup (½ stick) …

Italian Food

How to Make the Perfect Vegetarian Omelette

You've got to control your heat, whisk your eggs beforehand, and know when to hold them and when to (literally) fold them.<p>Making an omelette seems simple enough. Make a pan hot, crack some eggs in there, throw in some fillings, and then flip the sucker over. That's it, right?<p>Well.. not exactly. So …

Breakfast

Mexican Corn On The Cob

<i>This Mexican corn on the cob recipe, inspired by elote or street corn in Mexico, tempers spicy chipotle with the tang of lime and the sweetness of</i> …

Corn On The Cob

Our Favorite Pasta Recipes

Italian Food

Sunny's Easy Braised Tomato Chicken and Spinach with Fettuccine

Season the chicken generously with salt and pepper. In a large pan with straight sides and a lid (large enough to eventually hold all the chicken …

Recipes

Salami-Mozzarella Calzone

Place a baking sheet upside down in the oven and preheat to 400 degrees F. Beat the eggs, parsley and lemon zest in a small bowl. Pour half of the …

Spaghetti all’Aglio e Olio Recipe | Leite's Culinaria

Jump to the recipe<p>Adapted from Women for Women International | Share: The Cookbook That Celebrates Our Common Humanity | Kyle Books, 2013<p>This …

Pressure Cooker Ragù Bolognese Recipe

I haven't actually kept track of what the trigger is that leads me to break out the Dutch oven and start grinding meat year after year—it could be the changing weather, the lack of fresh summer produce, or perhaps the displays of Christmas decorations that go up immediately after Halloween—but ragù …

The Science of the Best Fresh Pasta

Guess what? If you have flour in your kitchen, you can make pasta. Right now. Got eggs, too? You have everything you need to whip up a batch of silky-smooth fettuccine. Have some cheese or vegetables lying around? You could be sitting down to fresh ravioli, tortellini, or a hearty lasagna in under …

Do You Know When To Put The Sauce On The Pizza?

Connect with Us<p>On Pinterest<p>Chicago-Style Deep Dish Pizza<p>Chicago might be the deep dish capital of the world, but you don’t have to travel to the …

Penne Arrabbiata: The Pasta That Bites You Back

What do my redheaded partner, Kate, and the spicy tomato sauce <i>arrabbiata</i> have in common? Easy: They both look innocent enough, but watch out, because underneath lies a fiery streak that, when unleashed, will leave you wondering what you did to invite such an assault.<p>And, I'll be honest, I love them …

Make Fresh Ricotta Gnocchi in Less Time Than it Takes to Cook Dried Pasta

I love gnocchi. At least, I love the gnocchi in my mind. Light, pillowy, flavor-packed, they're the perfect vessel for turning a good red sauce into a full-fledged meal. In reality, more often than not they're leaden, dense, mushy, or dull. And it's all the fault of the potato.<p>For years I worked at …

Italian Food

The "Simple" Roman Pasta That Stumps Even the Most Seasoned Chefs

I grew up in Rome eating pasta carbonara and pasta all’amatriciana but, oddly enough, not cacio e pepe. These three pastas (plus one more, la gricia) were said to be so deeply Roman that no osteria, trattoria, or ristorante would dare <i>not</i> to serve them.<p>And yet for some reason, cacio e pepe was not …

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17 Of The Most Delicious Things You Can Do To Spaghetti

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