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9 Ways to Use Portobello Mushrooms

9 Ways to Use Portobello Mushrooms

Portobello mushrooms can lend meaty texture and rich flavor all kinds of dishes, from a club sandwich to a meatless pâté. Here are 9 ways to cook with this vegetarian-favorite ingredient.

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Big Breaks

For the Next Mario Batali, the Cooking-School Chance of a Lifetime

Italian cooking legend Marcella Hazan.

If you dream of cooking pasta like a pro, here's your chance to get bankrolled to take a life-changing cooking course in New York and Italy. The International Culinary Center is looking for the first recipient of its new Marcella Hazan Scholarship.

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Expert Guide

Steak Tips from the Pros

Steak Tips from the Pros

When it comes to cooking meat, give me a pot roast or pork shoulder and I’m golden: I’m plenty comfortable with a lovely long, slow braise. But when it comes cooking a steak, I’ve always been a little timid. No longer!

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Seasonal Survival Guide

Mark Ladner on How to Use Tomatoes in Winter

Mark Ladner on How to Use Tomatoes in Winter

The dead of winter is a rough time for fresh produce. And while most fruits and vegetables aren’t at their peak right now, cold-season tomatoes are just about the worst.

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F&W Book Club

Fish Fin Chips and More Tips from Donald Link

Donald Link's Cookbook, Down South

Here are three super-fascinating lessons from Donald Link's new cookbook, Down South.

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Expert Guide

Chefs' Clever Pork Tenderloin Tips

Chefs' Clever Pork Tenderloin Tips

These pork tenderloin tips come from the past winners of the F&W Classic's Grand Cochon, a pork-cooking competition.

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Instanom

F&W Joins Forces with Instagram on the First #FWCookbook

Fast Caramel Sauce

Starting now, Food & Wine (@foodandwinemag) is launching the first-ever #FWCookbook with Instagram. Read more >>

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New Slideshow

A Step-by-Step Guide to Making Pulled Pork

Making Pulled Pork.

Traditional Carolina barbecue begins with a whole hog smoked over coals; here, Sean Brock cooks pork shoulder for 12 hours in a 275° oven before smoking it for about 1 hour in a backyard grill. Click through the slideshow for his grill-and-oven method for Carolina pulled pork, plus three key sauces.

New Slideshow: DIY Pulled Pork

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Treasured

Andrew Carmellini’s Fresh Pasta Tips

Andrew Carmellini

For Treasured, photographer Melanie Dunea of My Last Supper takes a peek into the minds of working chefs and gets them to reveal their most prized possessions.

Chef Andrew Carmellini, of New York’s Locanda Verde, The Dutch and Lafayette, treasures the handmade pasta tools he purchased while living in Italy. To see them, click through the slideshow, Treasured: Andrew Carmellini's Pasta Tools. Carmellini uses them sparingly, but it wouldn’t be the end of the world if they broke. “I don’t even want to know if you can buy these online because I want to have an excuse to go back to Parma, check out some cute girls on bikes, buy some pasta tools and then come back.” Here, his top three tips for making fresh pasta, no precious tools needed.

1. Forget about tricks and just have fun. Try not to take it too seriously; it should be a fun experience, not a stressful one.

2. Use your hands, flour is going to go everywhere. If you follow the recipe and have a good dough recipe, it won’t fail.

3. Let it rest overnight, there is a little bit of science to that. We do that at Locanda Verde but you could probably let it sit out for an hour and you’d be OK. Room temperature is best because then you don’t have to deal with a big cold lump. In Italy, they just let it sit out with a towel over it.

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Expert Guide

11 Ways to Use Canned Coconut Milk

Coconut Chicken with Pickled Pepper Collards

The coconut water boom has ushered in something of a coconut milk renaissance. With its delicate tropical flavor and luscious texture, coconut milk remains an enduringly popular dairy alternative and a go-to pantry item for home cooks who love curry. Here, more ways to put the can in the cabinet to work. Read more >

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