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Before you dig into your next meal, consider a few of the things Ben Hewitt has to say in his new book, "Making Supper

On Christmas, many Sicilians in the province of Catania will make a magnificent baked rice timbale, a feast dish shared with many friends and

When Magnus Nilsson of Fäviken restaurant flew from Sweden to Belgium to prepare a joint dinner with Kobe Desramaults of In De Wulf, he

Certain dishes are meant to be consumed just once a year. They may be especially fussy to make, rich and fattening, highly festive in

In Provence the traditional Christmas Eve dinner is ironically called le gros super. A repas maigre, meaning that no meat is served, it is

I blame it all on the brisket. Without the recipe, I wouldn't have gone into the restaurant business, I wouldn't have started writing about