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Beer-Braised Corned Beef for St. Patrick's Day

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Corned Beef Recipe

Photo: Justin Chapple

 

F&W’s Marcia Kiesel developed this super-satisfying, updated version of corned beef and cabbage. The secret to its deliciousness is Marcia’s two-step cooking method.

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Events

Harold McGee, Peter Meehan and Dr. Marion Nestle Headline a Food Lover's Book Fair

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Food Book Fair

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Book-fair nerds (what, you don't remember the most exciting part of elementary school?) will be psyched about a Food BookFair launching in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, on May 4. The three-day event will feature panel discussions with celebrated authors, including food-science writer Harold McGee, Lucky Peach co-editor (with chef David Chang) Peter Meehan and nutrition expert Dr. Marion Nestle. Read more about the Food Book Fair >

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Fresh Design

Color-Blocked Utensils

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Photo: Ryan Liebe for Milk Farm Road

It’s no surprise that, in the era of glamorous cooking shows and celebrity chefs, fashion trends get translated into cookware. Color-blocked apparel was all over the runways and in stores last fall, and you can now find this kind of graphic design in housewares as well. See F&W's shopping guide >

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cooking

David Bouley’s Pot-Roasted Chicken

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Pot-Roasted Chicken

© John Kernick / Pot-Roasted Chicken

From March 19th to 25th, a handful of New York restaurants will offer healthy three-course lunch and dinner menus from $25 to $75 as part of Wellness Week 2012. A highlight of the promotion, David Bouley’s luxurious Tribeca flagship Bouley will serve lunch for $55 ($45 if you go vegetarian). Bouley is no stranger to creating flavor without adding too much fat. For his Pot-Roasted Chicken with Mushrooms, he cooks the chicken on aromatic hay in a pot sealed with pizza dough to keep it juicy. Rather than venture out for hay bales, home cooks can use dried chamomile flowers from tea bags for a similar effect.

Related: More Roast Chicken Recipes
Delicious French Dishes
Healthy Chicken Recipes

what to drink next

Guinness Cocktails

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Jasper's Corner Tap

Courtesy of Jasper's Corner Tap

 

Guinness is more than just a tasty stout you drink on St. Patrick's Day. The complex, malty bitterness makes it a fantastic mixer in a range of cocktails (and even frozen drinks) being served now from Boston to Virginia. Ever heard of a Black Velvet?

 

 

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