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For Aida Mollenkamp, spiced Moroccan tagines are a dinner-party staple because they can be made in advance. “In case ...

Try this fun root vegetable side dish in place of any starchy side. Slideshow: Recipes From the Root Cellar

Peter Hoffman believes in eating with your hands so much, his menu at Back Forty West in Manhattan has a section call...

Aida Mollenkamp packs tart (pomegranate), bitter (watercress, arugula) and sweet flavors (honey, pear) into this spic...

These caramelized brussels sprouts are a popular fall and winter dish at Bar Tartine. Nicolaus Balla tosses them in a...

Pour this pretty, sweet-tart syrup over cheesecake, pancakes, whipped ricotta or baked meringue, or stir it into a co...

In this classic Italian dish, sausages are poached in a rich broth until deeply flavored and meltingly tender. Slide...

This decadent pear-and-caramel trifle is perfect for a party because it can be made a day ahead and it serves a crowd...

To get the most out of turnips, Tamar Adler buys them with their greens attached and then uses both parts in this hea...

Store-bought mulling spices are often muted. In this vibrant version, oranges and fresh ginger are dehydrated and ble...

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