Classic Fresh Egg Pasta Recipe

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Making fresh pasta can be an intimidating process, especially if you’re not used to working with flour and water. But it’s also an imminently achievable skill, and once you’re comfortable

Easy Pie Dough Recipe

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We use a food processor to take the guesswork (and the physical work) out of pie dough. This beginner-friendly recipe is extra easy to roll out, and it bakes up

Basic New York-Style Pizza Dough Recipe

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New York-style pizza dough is an offshoot of Neapolitan-style dough—still a thin crust pie, but slightly thicker than its Italian cousin. The crust is sturdy, but not cracker-like, and instead

Cacio e Pepe

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If you were to watch a practiced hand make cacio e pepe, you might think the instructions were as simple as this: Cook spaghetti and drain. Toss with olive oil, butter,

New York-Style Pizza Recipe

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Note: Using a food processor ensures that your dough is properly developed without over-oxidizing, which can affect flavor. To scale up, make dough in separate batches in food processor. Do not

Dulce de Leche Recipe

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What is dulce de leche? While often called Mexican caramel, it’s based on the Maillard browning of dairy rather than the caramelization of sugar. That may sound like a technicality,

Detroit-Style Pan Pizza Recipe

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This is not everyday pizza. It’s not every-week pizza. It might not even be every-month, if you want to live to a reasonable age. But damn, is it good pizza. So good

The Fake Shack Recipe

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Ingredients 8 ounces beef sirloin, trimmed of gristle, and cut into 1-inch cubes 4 ounces well-marbled beef chuck, trimmed of gristle, and cut into 1-inch cubes 4 ounces well-marbled beef

Juicy Broiled Burgers Recipe

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When forming large (6 ounce or larger) patties for the broiler, form the patties wider than you’d like them to be, and create a small dimple in the center by

Ultra-Gooey Stovetop Mac and Cheese Recipe

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Why It Works Starting the pasta in cold water works just as well as adding it to already-boiling water but cooks faster and with less energy. A combination of multiple