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Zui Ji (Drunken Chicken)

This classic Shanghainese banquet dish is traditionally served at the new year to represent togetherness and rebirth. To “intoxicate” the chicken, it’s marinated in rice wine for up to 5 days, so this is a great dish to make ahead. The final flavor will be pungent and alcohol-forward, so choose a high-quality Shaoxing wine.

Auntie Georgia’s Dakgangjeong (Korean Fried Chicken with Soy Sauce)

A sticky glaze of soy sauce and brown sugar gets subtle heat from fresh jalapeños to give these fried wings the perfect level of spice, sweetness, and salt. Potato starch creates a shatteringly crisp exterior on the wings and stays crunchy for hours—even after they have cooled.

How Spam Became an Essential Part of Hawaii's Cuisine

As Kiki Aranita explains, "Hawaii's food is constantly evolving, it's constantly changing, and I feel like it's this big, warm hug that keeps bringing in new flavors and influences."

Thit Kho (Vietnamese Braised Pork Belly)

This savory pork braise is beloved across Vietnam. In the north, the dish is usually saltier, says chef Diep Tran, R&D chef for Red Boat Fish Sauce, while in the south, the braise tends to be sweeter. The blanched cabbage is a good accompaniment for the fall and winter months; during spring, blanched snap peas and green beans are great options; in the summer, pair this kho with fresh slices of Persian cucumbers.

The Milwaukee Butcher Who Wants to Change The Way You Think About Meat

A butcher and chef in Milwaukee has a surprising answer to those who suggest cutting back on meat: she agrees. But, she says, when you do indulge, make it a meal to remember.

More Meat + Poultry

Mole Verde con Pollo with Corn Tortillas

This green mole stands out from the pack of velvety sauces with its nutty, slightly coarse texture. A thin layer of fat on top of the mole is a sign that it’s been prepared correctly. Sop up the sauce and tender chicken with plenty of warm corn tortillas. Recipe correction: An earlier version of this recipe included the garnishes of hot sauce and lime wedges, which are inaccurate for this traditional recipe. These ingredients have been removed at the request of the developers and the photo has been changed to reflect that. For more on this, read Editor's Note: Why a Recipe Is More Than a Recipe.

Classic London Broil with Rosemary and Thyme

Red wine vinegar and Worcestershire sauce effortlessly infuse quick-cooking flank steak with bold flavor. Pile the thinly sliced steak on crusty rolls for sandwiches, or serve with buttery baked potatoes and a salad of crisp lettuces.

Banana Leaf-Wrapped Lamb Shank Tamales with Morita Chile Salsa

These smoky braised-lamb tamales, favorite at event producer Paola Briseño González's holiday tamale parties, get a pop of freshness from bright cilantro-onion relish, while a wrapper of banana leaves perfumes the masa with a softly sweet aroma as they steam. The banana leaf wrappers also yield tamales with a dense, custard-like texture. The rich, slow-cooked flavor of lamb shanks is the perfect partner for the intense smokiness of morita chiles; substitute chipotles in a pinch.