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Ottolenghi Style: Tagliatelle With Walnuts Recipe

Cheesy, herby pasta studded with crunchy nuts
Nov 10, 2014 4:00 pm

You've been waiting for the sequel, we've been waiting for the sequel — everyone's been waiting for London-based chef Yotam Ottolenghi's follow-up to his smash hit cookbook Plenty. The wait is over: Plenty More is on the shelves. Get to know the vegetarian dishes you love on a more intimate level and add a few to your repertoire. Meat-free food simply doesn't get better than this. 

Baked Ziti With Italian Sausage Recipe

Kick off casserole season with perfect baked ziti
Oct 8, 2014 2:00 pm

Welcome to America's Test Kitchen, the promised land of troubleshooting your most basic cooking fails and fixing problems you never knew you had. The editors' new cookbook: The Make-Ahead Cook, is an ever-useful guide that will unobtrusively lead you away from the the take-out menus and back into the kitchen where a much better dinner awaits you. No time to cook? Master the art of "make it ahead of time" and dig a serving spoon into that baked ziti, fast.

Go Greens! Kale Chicken Caesar Salad Recipe

Update a savory classic with crisp, leafy kale
Jul 24, 2014 11:00 am
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If you want to talk about entertaining with minimal effort and maximum effect, Paul Lowe is your guy. The food stylist-turned-blogger has fans of his online magazine, Sweet Paul, all over the world. Channel his simple, elegant style through simple crafts and recipes and make your next party a memorable one. You'll never suffer through a limp, boring chicken Caesar salad again. 

Pao De Queijo Recipe

Bake up Brazilian cheese puffs for savory snacks
May 24, 2014 9:00 am

We're gearing up for the World Cup with classic recipes from Brazilian Barbecue & Beyond, by the restaurateurs behind London's Cabana restaurants.  Ready for the greatest little cheese bun you've ever had the pleasure of eating? Brazilian cassava or tapioca pão de queijo are about as good as it gets. Once you master the technique, you'll bust these out every chance you get.

Marc Vetri's Most Famous Pasta Dish: Rigatoni With Chicken Livers Recipe

Philadelphia chef shares a winner with us
Apr 29, 2014 10:00 am

We recently got to thinking, what is Marc Vetri’s most popular bowl of pasta? The guy knows pasta. But it turns out, the answer was a bit of a no-brainer. “The dish really embodies what we do,” says the chef of his rigatoni with chicken livers, which is a best-seller at his North Broad Street restaurant Osteria. “It takes a few simple ingredients and puts them together in a way that’s innovative and totally unexpected." The recipe, after the jump.

Illustrated Guide: How To Make Cacio e Pepe

A five-ingredient classic pasta dish, illustrated
Apr 14, 2014 10:00 am

Pasta fans rejoice: you are five simple ingredients away from a steamy plate of creamy, peppery, cheesy spaghetti. Chances are, you have everything you'll need in your pantry. Consult this illustrated guide to making a perfect plate of cacio e pepe ("cheese and pepper") and make it your go-to dish for when you're in a hurry, low on ingredients or simply craving a good bowl of spaghetti. 

Peruvian Clams À La Parmesana Recipe

Make these crunchy, garlicky baked clams from Lima
Nov 15, 2013 12:00 pm
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We're super-excited for the brand-new cookbook out this week from one of our favorite chefs out there, Aliya LeeKong, chef and creative culinary director at NYC's Indian fine dining mecca, Junoon. Aptly titled Exotic Table, this is one volume your kitchen library isn't complete without. And yes, we all have big crushes on her, but also her spectacular cuisine. 

Endive Salad With Creamy Pine Nut Dressing And Shaved Parmesan Recipe

Re-create this easy salad from Scarpetta at home
Oct 28, 2013 1:00 pm

We've been waiting a long time to tackle the recipes from Scott Conant's Scarpetta Cookbook. But before we dive head-first into the pasta, let's start with a classic Italian-inspired salad of bitter radicchio in a creamy-savory pine nut dressing. We're not barbarians, after all. "As much as I love spaghetti, I do more than just make pasta," he says.

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