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Ham And Potatoes Sarladaise

This dish (French, sahr-lah-DAYZ, “from Sarlat-la-Caneda, France”) has become a cocktail party favorite at our house. It’s traditionally ...

by Bruce Weinstein and Mark Scarbrough


Prosciutto, Sage, and Parmesan Pinwheels

Serve these easy-to-make pinwheels at your first gathering as newlyweds for a crisp, two-bite popper that pairs beautifully with bubbly. ...

by Lorna Yee and Ali Basye


Figs with Prosciutto

The sweet figs contrast with salty prosciutto and the peppery tang of arugula in these one-bite party snacks.

by Victoria Blashford-Snell and Brigitte Hafner


Potato Salad with Prosciutto

With the addition of salty ham and fragrant caraway seeds, this hearty salad is full of flavor.

by Victoria Blashford-Snell and Brigitte Hafner


Melon and Nectarines with Parma Ham

Prosciutto is the Italian word for ham, Parma ham being a type of air-cured ham

by Victoria Blashford-Snell and Brigitte Hafner


Prosciutto and Grilled Asparagus with Whole Grain Mu...

When I was growing up, my dad and I had an ongoing asparagus arrangement: I would cut off the tips of my asparagus spears and trade them ...

by Suzanne Goin


Monkfish in Prosciutto with Pesto Fregola

So delicious, with crisp, salty, porky prosciutto enveloping the mild, tender fish. Refrigerating the fish before cooking it helps make i...

by Mario Batali


Fresh Peas with Prosciutto

When fresh peas are available on Nantucket, I can rarely restrain myself from popping them raw from the shell directly into my mouth. Whe...

by Sarah Leah Chase


Saltimbocca of Zucchini

Saltimbocca means “to jump in the mouth,” and that’s exactly what the flavors in this dish do! Although saltimbocca is classically prepar...

by Michael Chiarello


Figs and Prosciutto

One of the greatest first courses in summertime—ideally enjoyed on a shaded patio—is a plate of ripe, never-refrigerated figs, halved or ...

by Frank Stitt


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