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Almost impossibly expensive and difficult to re-create, the title meal in Babette's Feast was a grand gesture of gratitude. Molly O'Neill, writing for the New York Times, simplified the movie's main dish so that a home cook could relish the experience.
This recipe uses Indian spices that are traditionally brewed with black tea. Here, the spices are pulverized with garlic and ginger for a marinade that's spicy and sweet. Green garlic aioli makes for a cooling accompaniment with a slight bite.
Buttery puff pastry topped with creamy Stilton cheese and caramelized onions makes an easy appetizer that is delicious served hot or at room temperature.
Fall is the perfect time to find ripe, juicy pears —combine them with rich, pungent blue cheese to create a delectable pizza.
Fingerling potatoes are usually small enough that they don’t require any chopping, saving valuable time. Paired with richly flavored figs and fresh thyme, they become a satisfying side dish.
Ground ginger and chopped candied ginger add spicy notes to this autumnal plum crumble.
Refried beans and tortillas are the easiest of snacks, and can be kept in the fridge for spontaneous snacking at any time of the day.
An easy and spectacular dessert to serve during any celebratory occasion.
The rise of the sophisticated non-alcoholic libation.