March 18, 2024

Cannellini Bean Recipes for Cozy Fall Dinners

Good-for-you cannellini beans are easy to incorporate in all kinds of dishes. These simple recipes play up their flavor with onions, garlic, herbs, and tuna. The cannellini bean, a type of white kidney bean, is high in protein, fiber, iron, and magnesium—and low in fat. Originally cultivated in Argentina by Italian immigrants, cannellini beans appear […]

March 17, 2024

Have You Discovered Indonesian Food Yet? How to Find it in Your Area

I tried Indonesian food for the first time earlier this year at an Indonesian bazaar in San Francisco. The layers of flavor, the colors, and the way it can be spicy, mild, savory, a little sweet or all of those at once, caught my attention; I wanted to try more. While searching around and trying […]

March 17, 2024

Healthy and Delicious Sweet Potato Dishes for Your Thanksgiving Table

This super-nutritious, versatile root vegetable adapts to sweet and savory Thanksgiving recipes. Sweet potato dishes have become a classic part of the American Thanksgiving Day dinner, although they weren’t introduced to North America until decades after the original 1621 feast. Originally cultivated in South America, the sweet potato was first brought to Europe in the […]

March 17, 2024

Netherlands’ Rightward Shift Likely to Impact Western Aid to Ukraine

Geert Wilders’ surprise electoral win may see Amsterdam’s approach to Ukraine move closer to that of Hungary and Slovakia. European assistance to Ukraine will likely be dealt another blow following the electoral victory of Geert Wilders’s right-wing Freedom Party (PVV). The PVV defied expectations by taking first place in a Nov. 22 parliamentary poll, winning […]

March 6, 2024

Arthur Avenue in the Bronx is New York City’s Real Little Italy

NEW YORK—The lettering on the awning stands out: “Addeo and Sons Bakery, Quality Baked Goods.” The neat cursive letters painted in red remind you of an earlier time. Once inside, you’ll feel like you’ve traveled back to the 1940s. Vintage models of bread-slicing machines and kitchen scales are still in use by third-generation owner Laurence […]

March 5, 2024

Meatballs With Tomato-Mint Sauce

This recipe comes from Debi Mazar and Gabriele Corcos’s new cookbook, titled “Super Tuscan”: Meatballs With Tomato-Mint Sauce Polpettine con salsa alla menta Wine Pairing: Ideally the same Chianti used in the recipe, or its riserva Makes 4 to 6 servings We eat meatballs in the Tuscan manner, without pasta. We’ll put out a platter of […]

March 5, 2024

Layered Polenta With Broccoli Rabe

This recipe comes from Debi Mazar and Gabriele Corcos’s new cookbook, titled “Super Tuscan”: Layered Polenta With Broccoli Rabe Polenta pasticciata vegetariana Wine Pairing: Young Sangiovese Makes 6 to 8 main course or 10 to 12 appetizer servings Soft-cooked polenta is often served as a side dish to sauced main courses. But when it is cooled […]

March 5, 2024

Potato Croquettes

This recipe comes from Debi Mazar and Gabriele Corcos’s new cookbook, titled “Super Tuscan”: Potato Croquettes Crocchette di patate Makes 16 croquettes G: My mom was a very busy schoolteacher, and on Saturdays, she worked half a day in the morning. She would finish her job, pick my brother, Fabio, and me up from our school, […]

March 5, 2024

Top Chefs Offer Tips for Packing Fun School Lunches

It’s only October, but if packing the kids’ lunchboxes has already become a daily chore, take a few clever tips from these chefs. It’s only October, but if packing the kids’ lunchboxes has already become a daily chore, take a few clever tips from these chefs. Alex Guarnaschelli Alex Guarnaschelli. (Courtesy of Alex Guarnaschelli) Let […]

March 5, 2024

Chicken Suprêmes in Persillade

An easy recipe for Chicken Suprêmes in Persillade from Jacques Pépin. This recipe comes from “A Grandfather’s Lessons: In the Kitchen With Shorey” by Jacques Pépin. Chicken Suprêmes in Persillade (Tom Hopkins/Courtesy of Houghton Mifflin Harcourt) Introduction From turkey to chicken to duck, everyone at our house likes the legs best. But when Shorey asked […]