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Non-Alcoholic - Page 3 of 488

  • Recipe

    Chicken Saag

    My husband and I were saddened when our favorite Indian restaurant switched from making their saag with chicken thighs to making it with chicken breasts. What had been a deeply…

  • Recipe

    Chicken Soup with Crucifers and Caraway

    Chicken thighs create a very chickeny broth, but during cooking, they’re not sapped of all their flavor. Croutons take the place of noodles in this hearty soup; be sure the…

  • bucatini with wild mushrooms and peas

    Bucatini with Peas, Wild Mushrooms, and Creamy Tarragon Sauce

    Morel mushrooms are a sure sign of spring. There’s no substitute for their nutty flavor and delicate, crisp texture. If you can’t find them fresh, look for dried morels.

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    Quick Marinated Vegetables and Pasta

    Ribbony mafalda pasta captures briny ricotta salata, tangy vegetables, and nutty roasted chickpeas for great flavors in every bite.

  • banana cream pie

    Old-School Banana Cream Pie

    A layer of firm-ripe bananas hides under rich vanilla pudding and a mound of whipped cream. Classic. We've garnished it with peanuts, but you can omit them if you prefer.

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    Butter Piecrust

    This classic all-butter crust makes a flaky but sturdy base for cream pies.

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    Burrata with Morels and Fava Beans

    A superb first course for a spring dinner party, this recipe pairs two harbingers of the season, tender favas and earthy morels, with rich, creamy burrata cheese.

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    Broccolini and Burrata Crostini

    Tender broccolini meets mellow, creamy burrata in this easy hors d'oeuvre.

  • homemade burrata

    Quicker Homemade Burrata

    This version of homemade burrata starts with store-bought mozzarella curd, so it's a little quicker than making your own. Whether you begin your burrata with milk or with curd, your…

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    Made-From-Scratch Burrata

    Invented in southern Italy, burrata began as a frugal way for cheesemakers to use mozzarella scraps, namely by blending them with fresh cream and wrapping it all up in a ball…