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Leslie Revsin

  • Recipe

    Slow-Sautéed Asparagus with Pancetta

    Pancetta is like bacon except that instead of being a smoked, sliced slab, it's cured in salt and rolled into a thick sausage shape. For a vegetarian version of this…

  • Recipe

    Slow-Sautéed Artichokes with Lemon Juice & Thyme

    For me, an artichoke is one of the world's luxurious eating experiences, particularly when I can savor it in big meaty pieces. Serve these hot as a side dish or…

  • How-To

    Slow-Sautéed Vegetables

    Skip the blanching and jump right to the sauté pan for sweet, earthy artichokes, carrots, beans, asparagus, and broccoli

  • Article

    Fortified Wines Add Distinction

    Fortified wines such as port, sherry, Madeira, and Marsala were created for after-dinner sipping, but they have also secured their place in the kitchen. With personalities that range from dry…

  • Recipe

    Carrot Cake with Orange Cream Cheese Frosting

    This cake really comes into its own on its second day, when the flavors have mellowed to perfection.

  • Recipe

    White Gazpacho

    Pale green, with a satisfyingly nubby texture, this version of gazpacho looks lovely when garnished with red grape halves, green or purple basil, diced cucumber, and an ice cube or two.

  • Recipe

    Roasted Red Pepper & Tomato Gazpacho

    Hearty and thick from chopped tomatoes, herbs, and roasted peppers (but not a speck of bread), this soup uses lemon juice instead of the traditional vinegar. It’s almost as thick…

  • How-To

    Gazpacho, Three Refreshing Variations on a Cool Classic

    These chilled soups get their sparkle from olive oil, vinegar, bread, and garlic

  • Recipe

    Andalusian Gazpacho

    I like straining this soup so it’s absolutely smooth; if you’d rather not strain it, purée it more coarsely so the soup is chunky and tiny fibers aren’t an issue.…

  • Article

    Dried Porcini Add Earthy Flavor

    Even in their shriveled, dried state, porcini mushrooms have a rich culinary potential. In this article, Leslie Revsin offers tips on selecting the best ones at the market, rehydrating them…