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Moussaka

My family is not Greek, but one of my favorite dishes my mom made when I was  growing up was moussaka — I’m not sure where or why she got the recipe. The version she made was roughly the Greek one, layered and and served warm (but there are many different versions). I wasn’t striving […]

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Pasta: Cappellacci dei Briganti

In mid-nineteenth century Italy, as power passed from one faction to another fighting to control the unification of the country, many lower-class people — ever ignored by political elites — resorted to brigantaggio, or brigandage, both as a means of securing a living and a form of resistance against occupiers foreign and domestic. In the […]

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Cook’s Illustrated #97: Ciabatta Update

An improvement on my technique for making Cook’s Illustrated’s Ciabatta without a stand mixer.

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Four more pizzas

4 Pizzas get made: Margherita, Fennel-

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