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  • Manhattan Sesame-Hoisin Pulled Pork Sliders

    Whether you’re in San Francisco, Manhattan, or even London, Chinatown means lively streets crammed with friendly crowds and splendid aromas, and shops filled with exotic ingredients and hardworking merchants. From Shanghai to Chicago, the pleasing flavors of sesame and hoisin belong with pork.

  • Sweet Potato Gratin

    This incredibly rich, creamy, sweet dish will banish all thoughts of marshmallow-topped casseroles forever.

  • Baked Brie Stuffed with Fennel, Dried Cranberries and Port

    Turn a simple wheel of brie cheese into a show stopping appetizer whose good looks are a perfect prelude to its wonderful balance of rich, sweet, warm and tangy flavors.

  • Leek & Caramelized Onion Mashed Potatoes

    "Super-rich, creamy mashed potatoes at their most decadent. No dieters allowed!"

  • Sausage, Cheddar, and Sourdough Strata

    Ideally suited for an easy-going brunch, stratas benefit from being made up to a day ahead so the egg can thoroughly soak into the bread. We’ve used sausage in the recipe below, but you can make it with ham instead: simply brown 8 ounces of chopped ham steak in a little oil in place of the sausage.

  • Veal Marsala

    This is one of those dishes restaurateurs can never take off their menus because it is so universally beloved. But don’t just eat it in restaurants: it’s actually quite simple to make at home. Delicious served over egg noodles.

  • Orecchiette with Garlic, Olive Oil, Spring Vegetables, and Pecorino

    This beautiful dish of bright, crisp-tender asparagus, sweet green peas, golden slivers of garlic, orecchiette-shaped pasta and shaved pecorino herald fresh, green spring.

  • Pan Roasted Cod with Puttanesca

    The robust flavors of classic puttenesca sauce—garlic, anchovy, tomato, olives and parsley—have found their perfect mate in pan roasted cod. The contrast of the big, bold, sharp and slightly wild sauce with gentle, flaky and mild cod proved that sometimes, opposites really do attract.

  • Shepherd’s Pie with Irish Cheddar

    All the other Leprechauns will turn green with envy when they taste this twice-as-Irish Shepherd’s Pie. An oozing layer of melted cheese just beneath the topping makes it doubly as delicious!

  • Lobster Risotto with Tarragon and Asiago

    This luscious dish celebrates the rich, subtly sweet flavor of the lobster meat. One large 3-pound lobster will yield about 12 ounces of cooked meat.

  • Farmer’s Market Meat Sauce

    Summer’s bounty turns a classic meat sauce into a meal worth celebrating. Serve it over farfalle pasta