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  • Cuisines of two Indian cities

    Cuisines of two Indian cities
    ON the Indian restaurant circuit, it's mainly generic Indian fare on the menu, with a heavy northern bias. To experience the diversity of India's culinary landscape, your best bet is to be invited to someone's home. Happily, recent cookbooks such as...
  • Stefan's at L.A. Farm in Santa Monica

    Stefan's at L.A. Farm in Santa Monica
    For a "Top Chef" finalist, 36-year-old Stefan Richter comes out like a lamb at his new restaurant, Stefan's at L.A. Farm. He's not out to shock or provoke. He's out to cook food that's squarely within most people's comfort zones. Good for him. Richter,...
  • A luscious year's top 10

    LOOKING back on the hundreds of recipes published in Food this year (384, to be exact), we're wondering: How do we stay so thin? OK, so we don't. Or not all of us, anyway. How could we, when there are so many wonderful dishes to sample week after week?...
  • Recipe: Ismail Merchant's Lemon Lentils (Nimbu Masoor Dal)

    Recipe: Ismail Merchant's Lemon Lentils (Nimbu Masoor Dal)
      Note: We got this recipe from film producer Ismail Merchant for a cover story on dal. "I can't live without dal," Merchant wrote in his cookbook "Passionate Meals" (Harry N. Abrams: $39.95) of India's great genre of legume cooking, "I am a dal junkie."...
  • Recipe: Lentil chili with merguez

    Recipe: Lentil chili with merguez
      Lentil chili with merguez Total time: 1 hour, 20 minutes Servings: Makes 16 to 20 (1-cup) servings Note: Merguez sausage can generally be found at gourmet and cooking supply stores. Harissa can generally be found at gourmet and cooking supply...
  • Bastide, in a class of its own

    THE blue door, shuttered for more than a year and a half, is open once again, and the stage is set for Act 3. Step in, and you're welcomed with the offer of an aperitif in the enchanting garden where a pair of gnarly olive trees cast lacy shadows on the...
  • UK cookbooks bring Gordon Ramsay, Jamie Oliver and others to a hungry U.S. market

    IT'S ANOTHER British invasion for import-cookbook lovers. The latest wave of impressive cookbooks published in the UK -- written by prominent chefs and food writers (and a novelist too) -- is picking up steam. Although some are available only as imports,...
  • Bastide, in a class of its own

    Bastide, in a class of its own
    THE blue door, shuttered for more than a year and a half, is open once again, and the stage is set for Act 3. Step in, and you're welcomed with the offer of an aperitif in the enchanting garden where a pair of gnarly olive trees cast lacy shadows on the...
  • Grown-up lunches that pack a punch

    Grown-up lunches that pack a punch
    Just because the expense-account lunch is largely a thing of the past doesn't mean that you can't still enjoy the meal, even celebrate it. Instead of depending on the kindness of menus, use a little homespun imagination. Thinking outside the lunch box is...
  • Weekend cooking that's pleasurable -- and practical

    TWO BUNCHES of lemon thyme, a pound of sweet butter, two plump chickens, a ball of fresh mozzarella and an armload of bright bell peppers. I pick these up at the market, and with the odds and ends I have at home, it'll be kismet -- the perfect Saturday...
  • Comfort by the bowlful

    AND now we enter the soup season. In the face of such recent challenges as being buffeted by freezing temperatures, battling the flu or simply recovering from the lingering effects of holiday overeating, there is nothing quite so restorative as a bowl...