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Mistaken Negroni

Milan’s famed Bar Basso is responsible for this mid-century cocktail, where sparkling wine takes the place of gin. We serve it mimosa sty...

by Steve McDonagh and Dan Smith



One story has it that this drink was invented by Count Camillo Negroni in 1920s Florence. He apparently asked a bartender to add some gin...

by Nick Mautone


Gin Martini

Fill the pitcher with 6 to 8 cubes.  Add the vermouth and gin and stir briskly.  Strain the martini into the chilled glass and twist...

by Christopher Idone


Raspberry Ten

Tanqueray No. Ten gin contains enhanced aromatics that make it seem naturally dry, with a hint of sweetness and herbaceousness that marry...

by Nick Mautone


Chocolate Martini

A traditional martini is made with gin and vermouth. So as not to overwhelm the flavor of the chocolate, we make this martini with vodka....

by Robert Steinberg and John Scharffenberger


Oysters Rockefeller

The less you cook an oyster, the more delicious it will be. Blanketing an oyster with crumbs or cream results in a smothered oyster. Of t...

by Christopher Idone


Light Lemon Parsley-Dill Marinade

This is the simplest and most delicate of marinades, equally nice for chicken or fish fillets and just one step above salt and pepper in...

by Elizabeth Terry


Pasta with Meat Sauce

This one-pot pasta dish is quick, easy, and very good. It is especially satisfying when made with spirals or shells, which catch bits of ...

by Lorna Sass

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Rabbit Shortcake

Dough: In a mixing bowl, sift together the dry ingredients and fold in the cream. Cover in waxed paper and chill until needed. Preheat th...

by Christopher Idone


Spicy Oxtails with Pears and Sweet Potatoes

Everyone knows that the best meat is next to the bone, and with an oxtail, all the meat is next to the bone. There’s not another part of ...

by Daniel Boulud


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