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Ribollita in the Style of Siena

This famous Tuscan soup is not really soup in the literal sense; rather, it is a thick panade, or porridge, of bread, vegetables, and bea...

by Paula Wolfert


Chicken Stuffed with Garlic Croutons Roasted Over a ...

Here’s my method for high-temperature roasted chicken. This procedure roasts the chicken in a hot clay oven environment. A common problem...

by Paula Wolfert


Beef Paupiettes with Tomatoes and Wild Capers

In France this rich, wonderful dish is called alouettes sans têtes, meaning “doves without heads.” The beef slices are stuffed with pance...

by Paula Wolfert


Homemade Tomato Paste

Inspired by the Sicilian strattu, a tomato extract using sun-dried tomatoes, I make this intense, very flavorful concentrate, which I use...

by Paula Wolfert


Fideos with Clams, Shrimp, and Mussels

“A dish that contains the essense of the sea,” writes Catalan author Manuel Vázquez Montalban of this unique Catalan fishermen’s preparat...

by Paula Wolfert


Straw and Hay al Forno

The Napa Valley restaurant Bistro Don Giovanni is just twenty minutes by car from my home. Here Chef Scott Warner produces marvelous food...

by Paula Wolfert


Potato Gratin Dauphinois

Just as every Provençal cook has his or her own way of preparing bouillabaisse, so will every Dauphine home cook have his or her version ...

by Paula Wolfert


Zucchini Musakka with Tomatoes and Chickpeas

The word musakka (spelled moussaka in Greece, and mussak'a in Lebanon and Syria) describes different dishes in different countries. This ...

by Paula Wolfert


Casserole of Lentils, Eggplant, and Mint

Here’s a delicious summer recipe from the coastal town of Senkoyon on the Bay of Iskenderun near the Turkish Mediterranean coast. In ever...

by Paula Wolfert

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Poached Eggs with Yogurt and Hot Red Pepper Sizzle

Here’s an unusual and delicious way to serve poached eggs, called cilbir in Turkey. Once you’ve poached your eggs, you set them in hot ce...

by Paula Wolfert


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