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If Plato had imagined hash browns, they'd have been rösti: good potatoes coarsely grated, pressed, and fried.
Blini are traditionally made with buckwheat flour but our recipe uses white flour for a lighter result.
Though nuoc cham is popular all over Vietnam, it varies slightly in character from place to place. This is a milder version of this flavorful sauce.
Like many northern Vietnamese dishes, these spring rolls are lighter than their southern counterparts.
A chef once wrote that cassoulet was the 'God' of southern French cuisine.
This recipe is based on one given to us by chef Vedat Basaran of Feriye restaurant in Istanbul, a champion of traditional Turkish cuisine.
Smoked pork chops may be substituted for bacon chops.
"Oh, the roast beef of England," sang Henry Fielding over two centuries ago-and this may be the sort of thing he had in mind.
Head-on shrimp are best for this dish.
This simple, Italian-inspired dessert (the name means ''cooked cream'') can be dressed up with almost any kind of fresh fruit.
Allow several hours to make phyllo. Once rolled out, the dough must be carefully handled to avoid drying. Roll sheets one at a time, assembling the intended dish as you proceed.
It has been told that these links were invented one evening at an inn called La Iordachi in Bucharest, known for its sausages, when the kitchen ran out of casings.
This Greek version of a favorite Middle Eastern sweet is always best made with commercial phyllo.
We prefer this pie be made with fewer layers than in most traditional recipes.
Feta cheese and zucchini squash are the focus of this savory pie.