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Your Night + Market Venice update, plus a new Scott Conant restaurant in Vegas

From a new Night + Market in Venice to a “Chopped” judge’s restaurant in Las Vegas, here’s what’s happening in the food and drink world:

Not quite yet: Fans of Kris Yenbamroong’s nam khao tod (crispy rice salad) have been waiting for what seems like forever for the chef to open his Night + Market location in Venice, his third restaurant.

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5 recipes for sweet and savory budino

Known for its rich flavor and creamy consistency, “budino” is the Italian word for custard or pudding. We’ve compiled five of our favorite budino recipes, from caramel and chocolate to butterscotch, and even a savory pea version served with a squid and clam ragu.

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34 Hanukkah recipes: Latkes, short ribs, soups and more to celebrate the holiday

Looking for Hannukah recipe ideas? From latkes to salads, mains to dessert, we’ve compiled 34 of our favorite dishes to help you celebrate the Festival of Lights!

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28 dinner ideas ready in an hour or less

Looking for a simple dinner solution you can put on the table in an hour or less? We’ve compiled 28 of our favorite recipes, perfect for when you’re planning dinner on a busy weeknight!

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When the season gives you cauliflower, roast, broil, grill and stir-fry it

What’s in season: With colors ranging from pale orange to bright violet, even green, there’s a whole world of cauliflower to be found beyond the common white staple. Look for Romanesco cauliflower (also called Romanesco broccoli), a pale green variety originally from northern Italy and known for its spiraling, cone-shaped florets.

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For Hanukkah, a celebration of olio nuovo, or new olive oil

From at least the 14th century, Jews have celebrated Hanukkah by deep-frying pastries — Iraqi zengoula, Indian jalabi, Spanish and Mexican buñuelos, Italian frittelle, Israeli sufganiyot — and, since the 19th century, pan-frying potato latkes. But it’s the oil — specifically olive oil — and not the cooking method that’s commemorated during the festival of lights.

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