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Welcoming Brighter Days on Yalda With Pomegranates

On Shab-e Yalda, the Iranian celebration of the winter solstice, elders take turns reading from a book of poetry by the celebrated 14th-century...

Tracing the Origins of a Black American New Year’s Ritual

On New Year’s Day, Black American families around the country will sit down to eat a variation on green vegetables and cowpeas, joining...

When to Skip Browning for Moist Chicken

When you’re thinking about what to make for dinner, the question is often “What do I feel like cooking?” But it can also...

Whole Roasted Duck for a Festive Holiday Meal

Cooking duck at home is a classic example of when my quest for perfection undermines the “tasty enough.”For years, I strove to create...

Make This Retro Shrimp Cocktail Recipe at Home

For his coming birthday, the chef Fred Morin of Joe Beef in Montreal wants to fulfill a childhood fantasy: designing his own shrimp...

Turkey Chili and Biscuits for an Easy Weeknight Dinner

Cooking a big pot of beef, beans and spices for hours may be one of the most traditional ways to make chili. But...

A Devilish Chocolate Cake You Can Sink Your Teeth Into

LONDON — All year, I write and cook recipes that, beyond tasting delicious, have a reason and a season. The recipes are pegged...

A Panettone Baked in Prison, and It’s One of Italy’s Best

Panettone is the Italian national Christmas cake, and it is notoriously tricky to perfect. So when the version from Pasticceria Giotto was named...

A Moose Hunting Class Is Teaching Students About Food

NIKISKI, Alaska — Before the sun rose on Nov. 11, 10 students from Nikiski Middle & High School had gathered with their teacher,...

Eric Asimov’s Favorite Wines of 2021

Domaine des Ardoisières Vin des Allobroges Argile Blanc 2019I’ve been enjoying the wines of the Savoie region of France for a long time,...

Chicago’s Signature Sandwich, Italian Beef, Gets a Multicultural Update

CHICAGO — Do you like your Italian beef dry and sweet? Dipped and hot? Or perhaps wet, hot and sweet? Ordering the beloved...

10 Miami Bakeries That Showcase a World of Flavors

MIAMI — The Covid-era spike in fancy-restaurant openings by out-of-town operators has been central to Miami’s renown as a boom town. But if...
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