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Dinner Tonight: Stephanie Izard's Manila Clam and Sausage Linguine

Stephanie Izard is a Top Chef winner, and her restaurant Girl & the Goat in Chicago is regularly booked for months out. She is known for her affinity with unusual flavor combinations that you'd never think would work—which is exactly what drew me to this dish. Sure, shellfish and cured pork almost always go well together—something I learned from Bill Buford's book Heat, a point he drives home over and over again. But then you take crème fraîche and mix in horseradish, then amp up the whole thing with spicy sambal paste? Too intriguing to pass up. More

Cook the Book: Linguine with Fava Beans, Garlic, Tomato & Bread Crumbs

Linguine with Fava Beans, Garlic, Tomato, and Bread Crumbs from The Frankies Spuntino Kitchen Companion & Cooking Manual by Frank Falcinelli and Frank Castronovo is less of a recipe and more of a template for incorporating spring and summer vegetables into a quick and very satisfying pasta. Fresh pasta is great in pretty much any preparation and when you match it with a perfect tomato sauce studded with freshly shelled beans it's pretty hard to beat. More

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