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Bulgur wheat works as an excellent substitution if you don't have access to farro.
Jamie's twist on the old-school, frumpy, Anglicized dish of macaroni cheese.
Toss fresh figs with ham, mozzarella, and basil in a simple dressing for an impressive dish.
Most recipes for a roasted leg of lamb call for slow, low-temperature cooking. This recipe by Jamie Oliver is an exception: Oliver suggests cooking the meat for just one and a half hours at 425 degrees, and the results are as tender and juicy as can be. A simple accompaniment of simmered potatoes, carrots, and fennel makes for a great centerpiece entrée.