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Cook the Book: Pistachio and Almond Cake with Orange Salad

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Pistachio and Almond Cake with Orange Salad, excerpted from this week's Cook the Book selection, A16 Food + Wine, is one of those incredibly simple recipes that always yields dependable, delicious results. When do loaf cakes ever not turn out?... More

Cook the Book: Tuna Conserva with Potatoes, Radicchio, Green Olives, and Almonds

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True Italian tuna conserva is a far cry from Chicken of the Sea. Fresh fish is poached in a bath of water or olive oil, and seasoned with a variety of aromatics such as fennel, garlic, lemon, and crushed black... More

Cook the Book: Pork Loin Spiedino with Pine Nut, Garlic, and Currant Soffritto

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In Italian, spiedino means 'little spit' and refers to meat grilled on skewers over an open fire. Today's Cook the Book recipe, excerpted from A16 Food + Wine, is for Pork Loin Spiedino with Pine Nut, Garlic, and Currant Soffritto.... More

Cook the Book: Raw Zucchini Salad with Green Olives, Mint, and Pecorino

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Take advantage of late summer's bounty and prepare this Raw Zucchini Salad with Green Olives, Mint, and Pecorino, adapted from A16 Food + Wine by Nate Appleman and Shelley Lindgren. Plenty of good olive oil and a generous squeeze of... More

Cook the Book: 'A16 Food + Wine'

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In the U.S., the term road food has less-than-appetizing connotations: soggy drive-thru burgers, chicken nuggets made from meat with questionable origins, and corn syrup-infused coffee beverages. Not so in Italy, where the Autostrada Sedici (Highway Sixteen) runs between Naples and Canosa in Puglia and is studded with rustic trattorias and local wineries. While conducting research for a new San Francisco restaurant, Nate Appleman and Shelley Lindgren found themselves cruising back and forth along the A16, which gave them "a sense of direction in the unfamiliar surroundings." So it's no surprise that they chose it as both the name of their highly acclaimed restaurant and their cookbook, A16 Food + Wine. A16 Food + Wine begins with an exhaustive overview of... More

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