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Dinner in Seven Ingredients (or Even Fewer)

You don’t need a ton of ingredients for a meal that sings. The recipes featured here are marvels of resourcefulness,…

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Jan Longone, Influential Scholar of Food History, Dies at 89

Jan Longone, a curious, cordial and diligent food scholar who started a mail-order cookbook business from her Michigan basement that…

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The Best Summer Dinner Is Assembled, Not Cooked

Much of the so-called cooking I do in summer is just assembling. Slice up whatever produce is on hand, add…

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Yotam Ottolenghi Has Made Thousands of Meringues. This Is His Favorite.

My professional encounters with meringue happened to follow a trajectory that took me from very small to extra-large. In my…

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Slow-Cooked Lamb That Can Stand the Heat

Speaking of summer weather, or weren’t we? I pronounce it “exceedingly hot and humid.” While that’s not true of everywhere,…

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Jacques Pépin, in Search of Lost Cars and Cuisine

While the French famously obsess about the dilution of their culture at home, it is not unfair to say that…

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