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May 19, 2009
RECIPE
Autumn Comfort Mac: Our fearless food correspondent attends a local recipe contest in search of transcendent mac ’n’ cheese.
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May 19, 2009
RECIPE
  Once you pour the hot coffee into the batter, don’t be alarmed by its thinness. “It’s definitely the thinnest cake batter I’ve ever worked with,” McKinney says. As for the frosting, there’s...
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May 19, 2009
RECIPE
Goodbye, potatoes and kale. The high season for earthy, musky fava beans is here.
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May 19, 2009
RECIPE
  Jack Yoss likes to drizzle this vinaigrette over cured meats, especially Ten-01’s house-made lamb prosciutto. To transform the vinaigrette into a dip, the shelled fava beans may be lightly...
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May 19, 2009
When Vasco da Gama left Portugal at the end of the 15th century to find a trade route to India, he succeeded in opening up access to one of Europe’s most treasured trade items. "When the...
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May 19, 2009
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There’s a reason so many fruits and vegetables feature prominently in the history of art: They’re sexy. Ripe, yielding tomatoes; blushing, winsome apples; sumptuous beds of greens. But in art as...
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May 19, 2009
It’s a familiar peculiarity that cuisines once discarded as coarse or, at best, rustic are now in vogue. After decades of banishment to county fairs and boorish beer-a-thons, the stalwart dishes...
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May 19, 2009
Prosciutto, rillettes, jamón. Lately, the words roll off our tongues with ease, as if glazed in creamy pork fat. Known as salumi in Italy and charcuterie in France, such cured meats were hard to...
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May 19, 2009
The sweet, slender leek (Allium porrum) grew up as the invisible underdog in the lily family, constantly overshadowed by onion and garlic, its overbearing, bulbous cousins. Even the French,...
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May 19, 2009
Phoenicians pressed it in ancient Palestine, the Greeks spread it throughout the Mediterranean, and Christopher Columbus brought it to the New World. And while there’s no evidence that Columbus...
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