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NYT Dining & Wine
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Potato and onion hash with a fried egg from @Nigella_Lawson (Photo: Jonathan Player for NYT)
Start Friday with a milk risotto from @massimobottura (Photo: @evansungnyc)
Chicken Saltimbocca (Photo: Fred R. Conrad/NYT)
He preached "against the pleasures of the flesh ... but had a weakness - a particular potato-and-anchovy dish."
Tamarind spiced nuts with mint from @goodappetite
The Geneva crab apple, 1 of 17,000 N. American apple varieties (Photo: Robert Rausch for NYT)
A meat and potato skillet gratin that's perfect for this gloom
A one-hour Texas chili that can be easily made into Frito pie (Photo: Michelle V. Agins/NYT)
A little bit of Paris at home (Photo: Ed Alcock for NYT)
Checked the reading list on my phone and it is apparently 97% @nytdining recipes I didn't find time to coo over at work.
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It's still raining! Warm up with winter tomato soup (Photo: @AndrewScrivani)
How do you like them apples?
.@ligayamishan reviews the Bao in the East Village (Photo: Benjamin Petit for NYT)
A mango, orange and ginger smoothie to start the day (Photo: @AndrewScrivani)
The (only) two rules for a good diet from @bittman
The new Zagat Guide to restaurants in NYC has a few surprises
This place "has no business offering nine-course tastings unless it is ready to provide pajamas and sleeping bags"
Chicken with mushrooms and wine from @bittman
Oh my darling, oh my darling ... (Photo: Sasha Maslov for NYT)
.@lot2restaurant's pecorino fried bread with broccoli (Photo: @evansungnyc)
Sometimes this is how you have to end the day (Photo: NYT)
When you want ham and cheese in the sandwich bread ... (Photo: @AndrewScrivani)
Time for a cocktail: the Boulevardier (Photo: Mark Perlstein for NYT)
Simmer the ribs in marinade, then broil (Photo: Francesco Tonelli for NYT)
Fish soup for this dreary weather
Make your own soda, pop or whatever else you call it where you live (Photo:Phil Kline for NYT)