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  • Oatmeal Scones

    The dry fat-free triangles passed off as scones at coffeehouses would make better paperweights. Is it possible to bake a rich, toasty oatmeal scone at home?

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  • Cinnamon-Raisin Oatmeal Scones

    The dry fat-free triangles passed off as scones at coffeehouses would make better paperweights. Is it possible to bake a rich, toasty oatmeal scone at home?

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  • Apricot-Almond Oatmeal Scones

    The dry fat-free triangles passed off as scones at coffeehouses would make better paperweights. Is it possible to bake a rich, toasty oatmeal scone at home?

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  • Glazed Maple-Pecan Oatmeal Scones

    The dry fat-free triangles passed off as scones at coffeehouses would make better paperweights. Is it possible to bake a rich, toasty oatmeal scone at home?

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  • Hearty Vegetable Soup

    Really good vegetable soup, it turns out, is neither quick nor easy. But when properly made, it can be exceptional and more than worth the effort.

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  • Crostini

    Crostini—garlicky toast—is an excellent accompaniment to soups and salads.

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  • Stir-Fried Beef and Broccoli With Oyster Sauce

    How about a nice dish of tough beef and overcooked broccoli with gloppy sauce? We set out to rescue this dish from the tyranny of third-rate Chinese restaurants.

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  • Fusilli with Tomatoes and Fresh Mozzarella

    Just the right pairing of ingredients makes all the difference in these simple recipes.

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  • Farfalle with Tomatoes, Olives and Feta

    Just the right pairing of ingredients makes all the difference in these simple recipes.

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  • Orecchiette with Tomatoes, Fennel, and Parmesan

    Just the right pairing of ingredients makes all the difference in these simple recipes.

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  • Ricotta Calzones

    With soggy fillings and bready crusts, bad calzones are a dime a dozen. After baking 240 of them, we’ve elevated calzones above common pizzeria fare.

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  • Chicken Provencal

    Could we rejuvenate this tired French country dish by bringing it back to its roots?

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  • Chicken Provencal with Saffron, Orange, and Basil

    Could we rejuvenate this tired French country dish by bringing it back to its roots?

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  • Mushroom Risotto

    Could we develop rich mushroom flavor without turning to pricey foraged fare?

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  • Mushroom Risotto with Pancetta and Sage

    Could we develop rich mushroom flavor without turning to pricey foraged fare?

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  • Easy Apple Strudel

    Classic apple strudel is an all-day affair. Could we get full apple flavor and a crisp, flaky crust in less than an hour?

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  • Lightly Sweetened Creme Fraiche

    Creme fraiche is a sophisticated cousin of whipped cream—it has the same velvety smooth texture but has a slightly tangy flavor.

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    Oat Scones with Dried Cherries and Hazelnuts

    The dry fat-free triangles passed off as scones at coffeehouses would make better paperweights. Is it possible to bake a rich, toasty oatmeal scone at home?

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    Ricotta Calzones with Red Peppers, Spinach, and Goat Cheese

    With soggy fillings and bready crusts, bad calzones are a dime a dozen. After baking 240 of them, we’ve elevated calzones above common pizzeria fare.

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  • Whole-Wheat Rustic Italian Bread

    We set out to turn four basic ingredients—flour, water, yeast, and salt—into a chewy, crusty bread that would put supermarket loaves to shame.

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  • German Potato Salad

    Tired of cold potato salads? German potato salad is best served warm and offers a balance of big flavors from bacon and vinegar—when made correctly.

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  • Ricotta Calzones with Sausage and Broccoli Rabe

    With soggy fillings and bready crusts, bad calzones are a dime a dozen. After baking 240 of them, we’ve elevated calzones above common pizzeria fare.

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2003

September/October

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