As COVID-19 took over the restaurant industry, we put out a call for out-of-work servers and bartenders across the country to share their favorite dishes (and drinks). These pros answered the call.
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I found resilience in nature—and in myself—exploring where the fiddleheads and morels grow.
A comfort recipe and a story for these fraught times from Phyllis Grant, whose new book is out now.
I was lucky enough to call on some sushi chefs for technique, and my kids for extra hands.
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I feed myself for days with this $5 dish from my Italian American mom.
Fortunately, chef and TV trailblazer Jacques Pépin showed me some tricks that have come in handy during self-isolation.
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Spicy chocolate. Let us repeat: spicy chocolate.