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Tony Rosenfeld

A former editor at Fine Cooking, Tony Rosenfeld is chef and co-owner of b.good, a Boston-based restaurant chain. He’s the author of 150 Things to Make with Roast Chicken and answers cooking questions at cookangel.com.

  • cider doughnuts
    Magazine

    Sweet and Savory Ways to Cook with Cider

    It's not just for sipping: Autumn’s sweet apple drink lends depth and complexity to rich roasts and braises, and heavenly doughnuts.

  • cider-glazed pork loin
    Recipe

    Cider-Sage Pork Loin with Potatoes and Apples

    Cider in a brine for pork loin imparts nuance and sweetness. Here, the cider does double duty, also starring in a pan sauce that gets drizzled on the finished dish.

  • Spanish Clams with Chorizo and Cider
    Recipe

    Spanish Clams with White Beans and Chorizo in Cider Broth

    The sweet tang of cider perfectly complements the heat of chorizo. Here, I’ve added two other Asturian (from northern Spain) specialties—clams and white beans—for a quick braise that’s wonderfully nuanced…

  • roasted root vegetables
    Recipe

    Roasted Roots with Cider Glaze

    Root veggies—especially heavy hitters like turnips, rutabaga, and parsnips—can always use a little extra love to get the family to buy in. A quick cider glaze is just the thing.…

  • cider doughnuts
    Recipe

    Spiced Cider Doughnuts

    In the fall, almost every pick-your-own orchard in New England serves its family’s version of cider doughnuts. They’re all wonderful, but I’ve been told many times that mine—warmly spiced and…

  • How-To

    Grilling Big

    You don't need an oven to cook these large roasts—just head for the barbecue

  • Recipe

    Spicy Cellophane Noodle Stir-Fry with Tofu, Green Beans, and Herbs

    The pairing of fresh mint and basil in this quick stir-fry mimics the flavor of hard-to-find Thai basil. Pressing the tofu allows it to get a better sear.

  • Recipe

    Coconut Curry Rice Noodle Soup with Shrimp

    This soup—somewhere between a curry and a pho—gets its inspiration from Malaysian laksa. Fish sauce takes the place of the traditional shrimp paste, and jalapeños impart heat. There are many…

  • Recipe

    Spring Vegetable Lo Mein

    Mushrooms stand in for meat in this fresh version of a take-out favorite, and asparagus and carrots give it a decidedly spring feel. This dish is delicious on its own,…

  • Recipe

    Roasted Curried Cauliflower Salad with Orange and Tarragon

    Peppery greens and a light orange vinaigrette build on the pairing of curry and cauliflower in this main-course salad. Serve with naan, if you like.