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The dried chipotle chiles give this soup a distinctive smoky flavor without adding the traditional ham hock or ham bo...

This Botana de Chilacas is a delicious way of using raw chilacas. Poblano chiles can be substituted, but they do not ...

Choose the smallest artichokes you can find; the truly small ones have no choke to speak of and can be served whole.

Except for a minuscle amount of fat in the cocoa powder in the cake and in the chocolate shavings on top, this is a t...

In this dramatic-looking dessert, crisp disks of hazelnut meringue alternate with moist sponge cake, vanilla-flavored...

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For carving tableside, leg of lamb looks best if the shank bone is left in. For the stuffing, use country-style white...

André Soltner, chef-owner of Manhattan's famed Lutèce restaurant for 33 years, calls his mother's Tarte aux...

"My mother is very inventive in the kitchen," says Jessica B. Harris, a cookbook author based in New York City. "I le...

Zarela Martinez is chef-owner of Zarela Restaurant in New York City and author of Food From My Heart (Macmillan), whe...

Many years ago, Mardee Haidin Regan was preparing a special dinner featuring Elizabeth Schneider's wonderful Arom...

Aspen's rigorous mountain hikes demand a filling breakfast, such as their secret-ingredient French toast or an easily...

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This spice-crusted roast can be served with any or all of the following intensely flavored Middle Eastern-style dippi...

Wrapping delicate red snapper fillets in banana leaves protects them from the direct heat of the grill. If you can...

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