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  • Butterflied Turkey with Cranberry-Molasses Glaze

    What’s the trick to applying a glossy, tangy-sweet glaze to turkey so it doesn’t pool at the bottom of the pan or keep the skin from crisping up?

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  • Roasted Carrots

    Roasting carrots draws out their natural sugars and intensifies their flavor—if you can prevent them from shriveling up like used matches.

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  • Classic Pot Roast

    These days, pot roasts come in all styles and flavors. But when we went looking for truly beefy taste, a simple 19th-century recipe proved the best guide.

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  • Crispy Pan-Fried Pork Chops

    A breaded coating can be just the thing to give lean, bland pork chops a flavor boost—but not when it turns gummy and flakes off the meat.

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  • Classic Spaghetti and Meatballs for a Crowd

    Meatballs and tomato gravy are the ultimate comfort food, except when you’re the cook. To cut the fuss—and still feed a crowd—we start by turning on the oven.

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  • Bread Stuffing with Sausage, Dried Cherries, and Pecans

    Stuffing baked in a dish usually lacks any turkey flavor. What could we do to bring an inside-the-bird taste to stuffing cooked outside of it?

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  • Quick Chicken Fricassee

    This classic French dish of poached chicken in cream sauce would have a lot going for it, if we could streamline the recipe and punch up the flavors.

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  • Roasted Smashed Potatoes

    How do you produce spuds with mashed-potato creaminess and crackly-crisp crusts without deep frying? It’s a pressing issue.

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  • Chocolate-Raspberry Torte

    To make this dessert more than a mere elegant centerpiece, we ditched the dull, dry cake and started over with the fudgiest, most deeply chocolaty foundation we could find.

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  • Chewy Sugar Cookies

    Everyone thinks it’s easy to make classic buttery-tasting sugar cookies that are crisp at the edges and chewy in the center. Everyone is wrong.

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  • Roasted Carrots with Chermoula Sauce

    Roasting carrots draws out their natural sugars and intensifies their flavor—if you can prevent them from shriveling up like used matches.

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  • Classic Pot Roast with Root Vegetables

    These days, pot roasts come in all styles and flavors. But when we went looking for truly beefy taste, a simple 19th-century recipe proved the best guide.

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  • Classic Pot Roast with Mushroom and Prune Gravy

    These days, pot roasts come in all styles and flavors. But when we went looking for truly beefy taste, a simple 19th-century recipe proved the best guide.

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  • Crispy Pan-Fried Pork Chops with Three-Pepper Rub

    A breaded coating can be just the thing to give lean, bland pork chops a flavor boost—but not when it turns gummy and flakes off the meat.

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  • Chewy Hazelnut Brown Butter Sugar Cookies

    Everyone thinks it’s easy to make classic buttery-tasting sugar cookies that are crisp at the edges and chewy in the center. Everyone is wrong.

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  • Butterflied Turkey with Apple-Maple Glaze

    What’s the trick to applying a glossy, tangy-sweet glaze to turkey so it doesn’t pool at the bottom of the pan or keep the skin from crisping up?

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  • Roasted Carrots and Fennel with Toasted Almonds and Lemon

    Roasting carrots draws out their natural sugars and intensifies their flavor—if you can prevent them from shriveling up like used matches.

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  • Make-Ahead Classic Pot Roast

    These days, pot roasts come in all styles and flavors. But when we went looking for truly beefy taste, a simple 19th-century recipe proved the best guide.

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  • Crispy Pan-Fried Pork Chops with Latin Spice Rub

    A breaded coating can be just the thing to give lean, bland pork chops a flavor boost—but not when it turns gummy and flakes off the meat.

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  • Bread Stuffing with Leeks, Bacon, and Apple

    Stuffing baked in a dish usually lacks any turkey flavor. What could we do to bring an inside-the-bird taste to stuffing cooked outside of it?

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  • Bread Stuffing with Fresh Herbs

    Stuffing baked in a dish usually lacks any turkey flavor. What could we do to bring an inside-the-bird taste to stuffing cooked outside of it?

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  • Chewy Chai-Spice Sugar Cookies

    Everyone thinks it’s easy to make classic buttery-tasting sugar cookies that are crisp at the edges and chewy in the center. Everyone is wrong.

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  • Chewy Coconut-Lime Sugar Cookies

    Everyone thinks it’s easy to make classic buttery-tasting sugar cookies that are crisp at the edges and chewy in the center. Everyone is wrong.

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  • Roasted Carrots and Parsnips with Rosemary

    Roasting carrots draws out their natural sugars and intensifies their flavor—if you can prevent them from shriveling up like used matches.

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  • Roasted Carrots and Shallots with Lemon and Thyme

    Roasting carrots draws out their natural sugars and intensifies their flavor—if you can prevent them from shriveling up like used matches.

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2010

November/December

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