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Chef Michael Chiarello takes inspiration from ancient Tuscany for this new-old, communal-eating experience. Slidesho...

Chef Michael Tusk uses porcini in two forms in this velvety soup. He blends dried ones with chestnuts for a deep laye...

Chef Michael Tusk bastes this roast with a fragrant garlic-thyme butter for several minutes on the stovetop before ro...

While author Luke Barr's research shows that Julia Child prepared a roast goose stuffed with pork, prunes and chestnu...

Chef Ignacio Mattos arranges crisp chicken thighs on a velvety hummus made from dried fava beans, not chickpeas. Sli...

This chicken has the best skin: It's nicely spiced and super-crispy. The cilantro relish served alongside gets vibran...

"Lettuce is one of my favorite foods—people laugh at me because of it," says Cathy Waterman. She loves to eat it in a...

To make her fondue especially rich and creamy, Ali Larter adds Brie to a mix of Swiss cheeses. She serves the fondue ...

To get the most crust with the cheesiest flavor, Jacques Pépin uses a wide, shallow gratin dish, then creates a ...

Cooked quinoa punches up these juicy giant meatballs, which are flavored with Parmigiano cheese, parsley and garlic a...

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