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Blood oranges, which are available from December through April, serve as the basis for this refreshing mid-winter salad, a classic in Sicily.
An Italian immigrant in the heart of Wisconsin cheese country shares her pasta making secrets.
This is an American take on a much-loved Italian classic.
Use extra-sharp cheddar for these buttery little biscuits.
This variation of our Cheddar Cheese Biscuits uses scallions to add just the right nip of flavor.
Rhode Islanders believe it is stone-ground johnnycake meal that sets these griddle cakes apart.
Light, fluffy, and decadently chocolaty, this dessert is a little taste of heaven.
This recipe typifies the flavors of the Juchitan region-tangy, sharp with alittle heat.
Crayfish were once so plentiful in Alsatian waters that soups like this one were common.
In Alsace, light fruity pinot noir is often paired with mild-tasting fish like this European pike perch, a member of the walleye family.
Sashimi can be made with almost any fresh saltwater fish.
This simple but delicious dish is an Alsatian classic.
Recipes like this one hearken back to the days when farmers stored grapes in their attics.
Local artists and intellectuals gather at the Bar Jardín in Juchitán to enjoy dishes like this one.
Dashi, the stock at the heart of all Japanese cooking, should taste of the sea. It is simple to make as there are only three ingredients.