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  • Moveable Feast

    Deconstructed Cacciucco

    This succulent, tomatoey soup originated with the fishermen in the coastal towns of Tuscany where after selling the “best” of the day’s catch would make this stew from what they…

  • Moveable Feast

    Artichokes Barigoule

    This preparation of artichokes  is a very classic provincial vegetable recipe.

  • Moveable Feast

    Classic Beef Tartare

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    Asian-Style Beef Pot Roast

    Though the classic pot roast formula is a classic for a reason, it's fun to change it up to make it more boldly flavored. In this version, for instance, beef…

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    Kale and Radicchio Salad with Pancetta, Pears, and Figs

    This is the perfect winter salad to pair with your favorite grilled cheese sandwich. If you prefer, substitute toasted walnut oil and walnuts for the hazelnuts and oil.

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    Mustard-Glazed Roasted Broccoli Romanesco

    The nutty notes of this otherwise mild vegetable are accentuated by the spicy flavors in the mustard glaze.

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    Chocolate Stout Chili

    The rich, complex flavors of this dish get even better with time. If you can resist the urge to devour the chili the day you make it, you’ll be deliciously…

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    Gingery Pork and Bok Choy Soup

    Ground pork makes this otherwise light and bright soup hearty enough for dinner. You won’t believe how quick and easy it is to pull together.

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    Cod, Sausage, and Fennel Cioppino

    This version of the Italian-American tomato and fish stew gets a deeper flavor thanks to the addition of sausage and red wine instead of white. Serve it with bread to…

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    Linguine with Shrimp and Green Olive Pesto

    The green of spinach linguine sets the pink shrimp off in a pretty way in this quick and easy pasta dish, but regular linguine works great, too.