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September 2015

  • Moveable Feast

    Sun-Dried Tomato Gnocchi with Brown Butter and Mint

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    Bronx House Pie

    Remember that the key to a great pizza is a hot pizza stone and topping the pie sparingly so that the crust cooks through and remains crisp.

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    Smoking Mai Tai

    This cocktail is infused with the smoky flavor of applewood with the help of The Smoking Gun and calls for you to make your own falernum. Alternatively, you can buy pre-made…

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    Tempura Fried Opah with Pineapple & Thai Basil Salsa

    If you can’t find opah, you can substitute cod loin or haddock fillet. Furikake is a Japanese dried seasoning that typically consists of dried fish and seaweed, sesame seeds, sugar,…

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    Old Old Fashioned

    This cocktail is all about great bourbon and slow-melting ice, so find an ice cube mold that’s almost the size of the glass.

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    Grilled Shrimp, Hibachi-Style with Fruit Salad

    If you can’t find Asian pears or fresh papaya, substitute any firm pear of choice, or use mango. You can also substitute canned pineapple for the fresh.

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    Pineapple and Thai Basil Salsa

    This spicy but sublime salsa goes well with fried or tempura fish, or raw salmon or tuna. Canned pineapple can easily be substituted for fresh.

  • Article

    The Science of Apples

    Everything you need to know about this fall favorite.

  • Moveable Feast

    Alaskan King Crab Beignets with Aïoli

    King crabs are most often eaten as steamed crab legs dipped in butter, but here they're incorporated into a savory beignet, with a nori-laced aïoli for dipping.

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    Tutka Bay Fisherman's Stew

    Halibut and four kinds of shellfish star in this stew served at Kirsten Dixon's Tutka Bay Lodge. Chorizo and saffron give it a bit of Spanish influence.