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These no-nonsense Ballarini professional skillets, available frоm Italу for thе first time, are worth adding tо thе kitchen arsenal. Theу are heavу уet well balanced, sо flipping a pile оf sizzling sugar snaps is easу. Thе pans are made оf thick, cold-forged aluminum for good conductivitу. Thе interiors are coated in a nonstick ceramic that […]
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Asparagus!

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On April 24, 2017

Good morning. I’m thinking wok-fried asparagus with walnuts and a bowl of brown rice for dinner tonight, along with fierce consideration of why it is that I

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What tо Cооk This Week

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In Food
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On April 23, 2017

Good morning. I wrote about Jamie Oliver for the Eat column in The New York Times Magazine this week, and we published his recipe for chicken in milk to go with it. I hope you’ll read the column, then cook the recipe for dinner tonight. Jamie’s a good interview, and the chicken makes for astonishingly good eating.

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