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Dry white wine

  • lemon shrimp scampi pasta
    Recipe

    Roasted Lemon Shrimp Scampi with Linguine

    Loaded with garlicky shrimp and a rich lemon flavor, this pasta dish comes together easily and will disappear quickly. Serve with extra grated cheese.

  • seared steak with creamy leek sauce
    Recipe

    Seared Skirt Steak with Lemon-Parmesan Cream and Balsamic Glaze

    I like adding the balsamic glaze to this steak just before serving so that its dramatic dark streaks add a beautiful visual contrast.

  • Alpine Linguine
    Recipe

    Alpine Linguine

    Inspired by the cuisine of Northern Italy, this pasta dish features thin slices of caramelized Brussels sprouts and crispy bites of speck, the smoky cousin of prosciutto, which will also…

  • Braised Romano Beans
    Recipe

    Braised Romano Beans with Garlic and Tomatoes

    Slow-cooked on top of the stove, romano beans are infused with a tomato braising liquid, kicked up with a touch of heat, and enriched with a knob of butter. This…

  • poached lobster
    Recipe

    Lobster Poached in Gewürztraminer and Pear Nectar

    This impressive starter from culinary instructor Emily Peterson is neither difficult nor time-consuming. If serving as a main course, rice makes a great side. Two tips: Add enough salt to…

  • cavatelli with shrimp and asparagus
    Recipe

    Cavatelli with Shrimp and Asparagus

    Dressed with garlicky olive oil and lemon, shrimp and crisp-tender asparagus tossed with cavatelli make a delightful, fresh main course.

  • creamed spring onions and potatoes
    Recipe

    Creamed Potatoes and Spring Onions

    For best results, look for potatoes with a uniform 2- to 2-1/2-inch diameter. Cooking them whole with the skins until just tender helps them keep their shape when they’re added…

  • 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…

  • Recipe

    Roasted Lemons with White Beans, Olives, Herbs, and Shrimp

    Because this dish uses all of the lemon, it may, on first bite, taste a bit bitter. Still, the mix of flavors—the sweet shrimp, creamy beans, and briny olives—conspires to…

  • Recipe

    Braised Broccoli Raab with White Wine and Garlic

    Think of this as the Italian version of “potlikker” greens—broccoli raab, simmered on the stovetop with lots of garlic, wine, extra-virgin olive oil, and spicy pepper flakes. The dish actually…