Massimo Bottura

Superior ingredients are essential in this soup, such as homemade chicken stock. Aged balsamic vinegar is worth the hefty price; only a few drops are used for each serving.Plus: More Soup Recipes and Tips
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Spoonable Bloody Marys
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Massimo Bottura transforms this popular drink into a jellied appetizer that's to be eaten with a spoon. He makes his own tomato juice from fresh, ripe summer tomatoes. The jelly needs to set for 6 hours or overnight, so plan accordingly.Plus: More Appetizer Recipes and Tips
This recipe from superstar chef Massimo Bottura is simpler than the food he now cooks at his avant-garde three-star Michelin restaurant, Osteria Francescana in Modena, Italy. Still, it’s incredibly delicious: The savory marmalade made by cooking onions in butter and sugar is intensely rich in flavor. Slideshow: Amazing Recipes for Pork 
This clever cheese course is composed of cheese crackers, cheese soufflés and a cheese sauce. It is important to buy the best Parmigiano-Reggiano you can find and grate it just before using it.Plus: More Appetizer Recipes and Tips
Mixed Berry Mosaic
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This colorful mosaic of seasonal berries suspended in a glistening Moscato d'Asti jelly is fragrant and refreshing. The aspic needs to set for 6 hours or overnight, so plan accordingly.Plus: More Dessert Recipes and Tips
This pasta dish is made with a tasty vegetable stock that's simmered with saffron. It's easy to make with vegetables you probably have on hand (see Note). The linguine cooks in the fragrant stock, which turns the pasta bright yellow.Plus: Pasta Recipes and Tips