Tag Archive for Cooking and Cookbooks

What to Cook: What to Cook This Week

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Source: NY Times Food

Get the slow cooker going, stock the refrigerator and treat yourself to an easy frozen mango dessert.

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A Good Appetite: Roasted Summer Vegetables Tucked Into Tartlets

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Source: NY Times Food

September’s cooler weather means it’s the perfect time to bake with late summer zucchini and tomatoes.

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City Kitchen: Canned Are Grand, but Fresh Sardines Are Deliciously Simple

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Source: NY Times Food

These small fish are healthy, sustainable and easy to grill at home, whether over hot coals or under the broiler.

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What to Cook: What to Cook This Weekend

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Source: NY Times Food

If you’re celebrating, build a menu for the High Holy Days. For those not observing, New Mexican posole, braised sauerkraut and more await.

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Eat: The Secret to Amazing Mango Kulfi Comes in a Can

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Source: NY Times Food

The idea that fresh is always better is both simple and false.

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What to Cook: No Recipe Required!

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Source: NY Times Food

Make your home as hospitable as a great restaurant and serve chicken parm, potato mousseline or whatever you find at the market.

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What to Cook: Cook to Bring Comfort

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Source: NY Times Food

Mushroom lasagna, pasta with caramelized cabbage, anchovies and bread crumbs: Make cooking a priority on a mournful day.

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What to Cook: What to Cook This Week

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Source: NY Times Food

Tonight, make Gabrielle Hamilton’s recipe for le grand aioli, a garlicky mayonnaise served with cod and vegetables, and plan for the days ahead.

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What to Cook: What to Cook This Weekend

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Source: NY Times Food

There are two weeks left before the fall equinox: Embrace the waning days of summer with grilled pork and peaches or steamed corn with clams and bacon.

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An Israeli Chef Looks to the Landscape

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Source: NY Times Food

Erez Komarovsky influenced a generation of Israeli chefs by embracing local ingredients and dishes long belong it was in style.

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A Good Appetite: A Cake That Showcases the Beauty of Figs

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Source: NY Times Food

Chopped up fresh figs and a honeyed cream cheese frosting make this cake perfect for Rosh Hashana and beyond.

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City Kitchen: A Succulent Brisket Almost as Good as Mom’s

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Source: NY Times Food

It may not be the same, but a version seasoned with spices, topped with tons of caramelized onions, gets close to a beloved original.

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What to Cook: What to Cook Tonight

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Source: NY Times Food

Repurpose some Labor Day leftovers and finish it off with a hot-fudge sundae.

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Front Burner: A New Coffee Destination, Shrimp From the Hudson Valley and More Food News

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Source: NY Times Food

Nespresso plans a flagship store on Madison Avenue, cheese ephemera and shrimp grown aquaponically in a former mattress factory.

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What to Cook: Happy Labor Day

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Source: NY Times Food

Today is for cookouts and barbecue, hot dogs and watermelon lemonade. Dig in!

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