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Instead of using polenta as a side dish, turn it into crouton-like hors d'oeuvres like these, which get piled with a ...

This grilled-vegetable version of eggplant Parmesan, like the one Grace Parisi’s Calabrian grandmother used to make, ...

Even in southern Italy, not every meatball is drenched in tomato sauce. These are cooked in a sweet-and-tart mixture ...

Mario Batali’s seafood salad combines white beans and chunks of crab with a lively mint oil. The chef frequently make...

Top Chef finalist Sarah Grueneberg adds green olives, almonds and fresh chile to her bright, delicious puttanesca. ...

Chef Vic Casanova flavors house-made pasta with cocoa to serve with his luscious pork ragù. The inspiration: tra...

When topping pies like this Margherita, less is more, especially with sauce.Slideshow: More Great Pizza Recipes

Top Chef finalist Sarah Grueneberg created a vegetarian version of Bolognese that’s as rich and delicious as the meat...

When he hosts dinners, Mario Batali often makes braised dishes. “I can leave the kitchen and talk to my guests,” says...

“Flour, salt, water and yeast—that’s it,” says chef Thomas McNaughton about this super-simple dough recipe, the same...

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