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These truffles are enriched with egg yolks—Medrich's special touch.
A Chinese New Year treat, these daikon and rice flour cakes are flavored with savory dried sausage and served with a spicy hoisin sauce.
Chef Justin Girouard of the French Press restaurant in Lafayette, Louisiana, replaces the Canadian bacon and hollandaise with boudin and gumbo in this bayou-based twist on the classic breakfast dish.
The Italian anchovy sauce colatura di alici lends a deep umani flavor to this pasta dish from chef Justin Smillie of Manhattan's Il Buco Alimentari & Vineria. This recipe first appeared in the iPad edition of our Jan/Feb 2013 issue along the article Il Buco Alimentari & Vineria.
The beans in this classic Punjabi dish can be cooked without a pressure cooker, but allow for an extra hour of cooking time. Serve with flatbread or rice.
We got this recipe—a sesame and chile-spiked ramen dish—from cookbook authors Tadashi Ono and Harris Salat.
A last-minute addition of baking soda to the batter makes these classic waffles especially airy and crisp.
This inventive take on tortilla soup from celebrated Mexican chef Martha Ortiz is garnished with silky goat cheese and crispy pork rinds.
A delicious marriage of creamy beans and mussels, this fragrant dish, adapted from a recipe in the Geometry of Pasta (Quirk Books, 2010), is made from a melange of mixed, leftover pasta, called pasta mista.
Chocolate pudding is layered with a peanut butter mousse in this pie inspired from Bradley's Corner Cafe in Topeka, Kansas.
The aroma of a California bay leaf lends subtle sharpness to this essential French dish.
These juicy pork chops topped with halved cherry peppers, have been a menu staple at Bamonte's restaurant in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, since the 1950s.
Barbecue chips' smoky, tangy flavors are easy to create at home with a simple mixture that combines classic barbecue sauce spices, like chili powder, garlic powder and onion powder, with the added kick of cayenne pepper.
Soothing milk tea blends beautifully with the assertive flavors of coffee in this popular Hong Kong drink.