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Like a frugal Alsatian housewife, Jean-Georges Vongerichten uses the asparagus peels to make a fragrant broth. When h...

August in the Midwest brings a profusion of fresh-zucchini dishes; zucchini casseroles (not to mention zucchini bread...

Dave Matthews loves making this casserole, layered with roasted zucchini, mushrooms, tomato sauce, feta and provolone...

Chef Sam Hayward usually tops these lush onion-sweetened greens with an excellent aged raw-milk cheese from Vermont c...

This potless potpie with a Spanish accent (from the Pimentón pepper) doesn't rely on the usual deep dish for ser...

It's hard to go wrong with a recipe that features oozing soft-poached eggs, warm polenta and gooey, salty cheese. Mor...

This satisfying dish fuses the classic Latin combination of rice and beans with the sausages and bread-crumb topping ...

Commercial wild mushroom mixes (usually a combination of shiitake, cremini and oyster mushrooms) are a godsend: Some ...

Fresh spinach ravioli are a clever shortcut for making lasagna: Each ravioli is already a mini layer of pasta, cheese...

Amy Tornquist's grandmother used to prepare a version of this dish for Sunday lunch with baby cabbages and freshly du...

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