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Cook the Book: Roasted Olives

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Each time that I find myself grocery shopping for a dinner party, I make sure to pick up a few snacks for cocktail hour. Being a creature of habit, my pre-dinner nibbles are inevitably Marcona almonds and olives. The almonds... More

Cook the Book: Crepas Salguero

Serious Eats Caroline Russock 4 comments

I've alway thought of making dulce le leche at home as a bit of molecular gastonomy. It's pretty easy, just simmer a can of sweetened condensed milk on your stove top for a few hours and the contents of the... More

Fire-Roasted Peppers with Boquerones

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The following recipe is from the July 8 edition of our weekly recipe newsletter. To receive this newsletter in your inbox, sign up here! Are there certain items that you see on a menu and just cannot resist ordering? For... More

Cook the Book: Almejas con Chorizo

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I'm going to let you in on a little secret: Sautéed clams are one of easiest and most rewarding quick meals that you can make. I think that lots of people are under the assumption that clams, mussels, and oysters... More

Cook the Book: Catalan Potatoes Bravas

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Whenever I see patatas bravas on the menu of a tapas place, I smile. My rudimentary knowledge of Spanish immediately translates this dish to "brave potatoes," and images of heroic, life-saving potatoes come to mind—handsome firefighting russets and dashing life... More

Cook the Book: Gazpacho Borracho

Serious Eats Caroline Russock 4 comments

Aside from a year of Spanish classes in high school, all of my knowledge of the Spanish language has come from working in restaurants. I can't carry on a basic conversation, but I can dissect a menu like a champ.... More

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