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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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Zabaglione Pavlova with Pineapple and Black Pepper Recipe

Writer and spirits professional Tammie Teclemariam likes to drizzle a classic Marsala zabaglione over this cloudlike pineapple pavlova. Not only does the pillow of meringue make for an impressive base for the tropical fruit salad—it also uses up all the whites leftover from whipping up the fragrant and frothy Italian custard. While the meringue may …

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Zabaglione Recipe | Saveur

In Italian, sbaglione means “big mistake.” This happy accident may have been “mistakenly” invented in Florence—though it is usually made with marsala, the famous Sicilian fortified wine. The recipe eventually migrated to France, where it is known as “sabayon,” and is typically made using the local white wines. Feel free to swap out the Marsala …

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Meatball Couscous with Raisins and Zibibbo Recipe

Zibibbo is the Sicilian name for the grape variety Muscat of Alexandria, also known as moscato. It is said the grape was brought to the island from North Africa by Arabs who primarily cultivated grapes for raisins which they used in their cooking.  In the 13th century, Norman conquerors expelled any Sicilian Muslims who would …

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Ligurian-Style Braised Rabbit (Coniglio alla Ligure)

You will find this iconic Italian stew on the menu of every self-respecting, family-style, countryside trattoria in Liguria. Easy to raise, quick to reproduce, and requiring limited space to house, rabbits rapidly became the livestock of choice in the harsh Ligurian hills. When simmered slowly with white wine and the flavors of local ingredients like …

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Calabrian Lamb Chops with Tomatoes, Peppers, and Olives Recipe

The lamb chops in this recipe—adapted from one by the legendary Italian cookbook author Marcella Hazan—should be cooked only briefly, to a still-vibrant, warm pink. If cooked for too long, the meat loses its juice and turns an unappetizing gray. Find this recipe in our cookbook, SAVEUR: Italian Comfort Food Equipment Calabrian Lamb Chops with …

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Summer Panzanella Recipe Bread and Tomato Salad)

Toasty, day-old country bread gets a second act in this sweet and garlicky Italian salad. Panzanella embodied the “waste not, need not” lifestyle of Tuscan villagers and originally featured onions before the 20th century. Nowadays, sweet, ripe summer tomatoes take center stage. The simple ingredients of this dish benefit from finding peak-season produce. Serve alongside …

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Grilled Ribeye with Balsamic Vinegar (Italian Steak Recipe)

This beloved Italian steak recipe, which comes to us from journalist Agostino Petroni, is traditionally made using boneless rib steaks. Like most easy everyday dishes, when prepared using super-premium ingredients, tagliata di manzo transcends to the sublime. Petroni’s father, who lives in Emilia-Romagna, marinates the meat in a robust, organic Coratina olive oil before cooking …

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