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Don’t Skip the Crispy Carbs at Nancy Silverton’s Hollywood Steakhouse

I recently paid a visit to Nancy Silverton’s newest project, the Barish, an Italian-inspired steakhouse on the ground floor of L.A.’s historic Hollywood Roosevelt hotel. The building is situated on the corner of Hollywood Boulevard and North Orange Drive, on the well-hoofed Walk of Fame. Built in 1927, it was the site of the original …

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Once a Coastal Carolina Staple, Mullet Roe Is Making Waves Again with Local Chefs

The first fish roe I ever encountered was on my grandad’s breakfast plate, one sunny North Carolina morning, mixed up with scrambled eggs, alongside a mug of black coffee. I’d most likely spent the night at my grandparents’ house, so all was exotic anyway, but my grandmother gently brushed my curiosity aside. “You know, Pa-paw …

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Bottarga Caesar Dressing Recipe | Saveur

Bottarga—the salted and dried role of the grey mullet—is used in coastal Italy to elevate and add savory richness to foods like eggs, rice, and pasta. Chef Eric Montagne of North Carolina’s Locals Seafood makes his own house-cured version, which he incorporates into classic American dishes.. In his Caesar salad dressing recipe, he uses the …

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Squid Ink Pasta Recipe With Bottarga Butter

Chef Josh DeCarolis of Mother & Sons Trattoria in Durham, North Carolina makes this dramatic pasta dish using fresh squid ink tonnarelli, though squid ink spaghetti alla chitarra or even dried squid ink spaghetti both make suitable substitutes. In season, the chef recommends using fresh San Marzano tomatoes , but any other ripe, juicy tomatoes …

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Mooncakes & Milk Bread Author Kristina Cho Celebrates Chinese-Style Baking

Growing up in Cleveland, Kristina Cho spent all year looking forward to the rare and special occasions when her family would pile into the car to make the drive to cities like Chicago and Toronto. The highlight of every trip was getting to visit a Chinese bakeshop, its glass cases housing all varieties of buns, …

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Familiar Flavors Offer Refugees a Taste of Home in Northwest Arkansas

Food is more than what’s on the plate. This is Equal Portions, a series by editor-at-large Shane Mitchell, investigating bigger issues and activism in the food world, and how a few good eggs are working to make it better for everyone. “Our African families require a different kind of pot than our Syrian or Afghan …

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Rye’s Red Chili Recipe | Saveur

This robust chili is inspired by one served during wintertime at Rye KC in Leawood, Kansas. If you like, crumble cornbread on top or serve it on the side. This recipe first appeared in our August/September 2013 Heartland issue with the story Mom and Populist. Find this recipe in our cookbook: SAVEUR: Soups and Stews. …

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