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November 2006

  • Article

    Make-Ahead Holiday Menus

    Special-occasion dishes that leave you time for friends and family

  • Article

    Exploring Indian Food

    Let the warm, complex flavors of Indian food shake up winter-dinner doldrums.

  • Article

    All About Olive Oil

    Take a closer look at the warm, Mediterranean flavor this kitchen staple brings to your cooking

  • Article

    Butternut Squash—Turn Up the Heat for More Flavor

    Choosing the right method—roasting or sautéing—is the key to terrific butternut side dishes.

  • Article

    Rediscovering the Russet

    More than just a baking potato, russets are perfect for gratins and mashes

  • Recipe

    Turkey Broth

    I use the turkey neck, tail, wing tips, and giblets to make a turkey-enriched chicken broth, which is the foundation of the gravy. Make the broth while the turkey is…

  • Article

    Stocking Your Spanish Pantry

    For the most authentic Spanish flavor in your tapas, seek out these ingredients in upscale super­markets or try our mail-order sources

  • Article

    3 Fresh Cheeses Worth Getting to Know

    Allison Ehri Kreitler presents three fresh cheeses: queso fresco, farmer cheese, and mascarpone. She also offers suggestions for their use in your cooking.

  • Article

    Ponzu: A Citrusy Soy Sauce for Dipping and More

    Ponzu is a tangy, citrus-flavored soy sauce that’s popular in Japanese cuisine as a dipping sauce for dishes like sashimi (thinly sliced raw fish) and tataki (thinly sliced seared rare…

  • Article


    A guide to the starches that make pie fillings, sauces, and gravies gel