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Braised Short Ribs From 'Daniel'

Serious Eats Kate Williams 3 comments

These red wine and port braised short ribs are a vital component of Daniel Boulud's Duo de Boeuf from his new cookbook, Daniel: My French Cuisine. More

Duo de Boeuf, Bone Marrow-Crusted Tardivo, Sweet Potato Dauphine From 'Daniel'

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This duo of beef is a signature dish at Daniel Boulud's eponymous restaurant. It changes with the seasons, but the pairing of braised and seared beef stays the same. As could be expected from a high-end signature dish, the recipe is far from simple, but it seriously pays off. More

Making Matzo at Daniel in New York City

Serious Eats Robyn Lee 12 comments

To honor his approximately 50 percent Jewish clientele, French chef and restaurateur Daniel Boulud has served homemade matzo in his New York City restaurants—Daniel, DB Bistro, Cafe Boulud, and Bar Boulud—during the Passover season since 2004. And people love it,... More

Healthy and Delicious: Southern-Style Black-Eyed Peas with Bacon

Serious Eats Kristen Swensson Sturt 5 comments

On Mondays, Kristen Swensson of Cheap, Healthy, Good swings by these parts to share healthy and delicious recipes with us. Recently, thanks to a friend who was paring down her cookbook collection, I came into a copy of Daniel Boulud’s... More

Cook the Book: Red-Cooked Beef Short Ribs

Serious Eats Lucy Baker 2 comments

The Chinese technique known as "red cooking" involves braising meat in a mixture of soy sauce, sherry, sugar, and spices until it is incredibly tender. Inspired by Daniel Boulud's famed short ribs braised in red wine, Shun Lee chef Michael... More

Baking with Dorie: Daniel Boulud's Coffee-Cardamom Pots de Crème

Serious Eats Dorie Greenspan 13 comments

I always think of pots de crème, or little pots of crème, as the French answer to our puddings. Really a baked custard, the crème can be created in just about any flavor combo. That uber-chef Daniel Boulud created them to be coffee-cardamom was a nod to the way coffee is often drunk in the Middle East: through a cardamom pod held between one's teeth. More

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