Here's a source for Shaoxing, a Chinese cooking wine.
You'll need a good roasting pan to cook the pork in the first place, and piment d'Espelette to season your leftovers.
Find sources for blood orange juice and a 9-1/2-inch round tart pan.
Find sources for a Bundt pan, votive holders, and a table runner.
A large heatproof spatula and a balloon whisk really come in handy when you're preparing chocolate mousse.
Find sources for essential equipment for mixing and serving drinks: a shaker, a bar spoon, maraschino liqueur, a double old-fashioned glass.
A large nonstick skillet is the perfect pan for preparing Ellie Krieger's healthful version of fried rice.
Powdered pectin shortens the cooking time and eliminates the guesswork involved in gauging the correct consistency.
For individual carrot cakes, you'll need baba au rhum molds and a julienne peeler; for the traditional version, a revolving cake stand.
The best soups start with a good dutch oven or an enameled sauce pan. Here are two of our favorites.
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