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bread-crumbs

Bread Crumbs

1. Preheat the oven to 375° F. 2. Spread the bread cubes in a single even layer on a baking sheet. Bake until very crispy and dry, ab...

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catherines-chicken-livers

Catherine's Chicken Livers

I have a cousin, Elsa, who likes chicken livers so much, she eats them raw. This is pretty extreme even for a country kid like me, but it...

15355
oven-fried-squid

Oven-Fried Squid

I'm not a big believer in dieting, so I surprised myself when I came up with this dish for some waist-watching clients and liked it even ...

15356
shrimp-with-blood-orange-and-fennel-salad

Shrimp with Blood Orange and Fennel Salad

Until recently in Italy, you never could have found an orange and fennel salad outside of Sicily, where sweet and sour is a local passion...

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cod-cakes

Cod Cakes

Cod found an early proponent in Italy in the sixteenth-century pontiff, Pope Pius V, father of the city of Pienza. Once Pius's favorite r...

15358
farro-soup

Farro Soup

Although a handful of American restaurants have discovered farro, it is not so easy to find this ancient grain outside of Lucca, where I ...

15359
basic-beans

Basic Beans

You can either soak the beans overnight or use the quick-cook method. There are instructions below for both ways. If you want to freeze s...

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pasta-norma

Pasta Norma

When tomatoes first made their way to Sicily in the 1830s, locals used them to update traditional dishes like caponata (a Sicilian salad ...

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tuscan-fish-stew

Tuscan Fish Stew

In Tuscany, someone in a cacciucco is in a real muddle. Perhaps this soup is a fish muddle, just one with great, deep flavors. Cacciucco ...

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sea-bass-with-potatoes-and-artichokes

Sea Bass with Potatoes and Artichokes

This recipe is about flexibility Italian style. Though fish and potatoes define the dish, it's the "accent" vegetable that reflects the s...

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