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Cook the Book Party Planner: Black Tagliatelle with Cuttlefish

Serious Eats Caroline Russock 1 comment

"The light sauce allows the unctuous, sea-flavored pasta to really shine through." Since most of us have at least a little time off for the holidays, I thought it might be fun to include a final recipe for our Feast... More

Cook the Book Party Planner: Cod with Raisins and Prunes

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[Photograph: stiangd on Flickr] Salt cod is a decidedly old world food, with a history of over 500 years. Way back in the old days, cod was salted and air dried to preserve the nutrients, add flavor, and ensure a... More

Cook the Book Party Planner: Pasta with Sardines

Serious Eats Caroline Russock 2 comments

[Photograph: rockyeda on Flickr] Pasta with Sardines is one the most popular pasta dishes in Sicily—Palermo to be exact—but for all of America's love for pasta this dish has never really caught on. My theory is that pasta con sarde... More

Cook the Book Party Planner: Crostini with Mussels

Serious Eats Caroline Russock 11 comments

[Photograph: Strange Ones on Flickr] Mussels are one of those things that people don't make often enough. They are one of the most simple at-home seafood preparations, virtually foolproof since they let you know the exact second they're finished. These... More

Cook the Book: Sicilian Pizza

Serious Eats Caroline Russock 7 comments

When discussing pizza most people automatically assume that Sicilian-style means a square pie with thick, chewy dough. The traditional pizzas of Sicily are square, but this is where the similarities with their U.S. counterparts end. Sicilian pizza, or sfincione, is... More

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