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Caldo Tlalpeño

Caldo Tlalpeño

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Small Bites from Milk Street

Recipe: Rice Porridge with Chicken and Mushrooms

Recipe: Chicken, Tortilla and Salsa Verde Casserole

Recipe: Biryani-ish Rice with Chicken


Red Chili Sambal Potatoes

Recipe: Roasted Potatoes with Tomato and Red Chili Sambal


Creamy Lemon Noodles

Recipe: Spaghetti Squash with Lemon, Cream and Herbs


Korean Stir-Fried Mushrooms Are Seared and Savory

Recipe: Korean Stir-Fried Mushrooms


Liberian Stewed Greens with Chicken and Chilies

Recipe: Liberian Stewed Greens with Chicken and Fresh Chilies


Cheesy and Creamy Fennel Gratin

Recipe: Baked Fennel with Three Cheeses


Finding the Soul of Spanish Beef Stew

Recipe: Spanish Beef Stew with Mushrooms and Sherry


With Spaghetti and Clams, the Sauce Is in the Shell

Recipe: Spaghetti with Clams (Spaghetti con Vongole)


The National Dish of Japan Is Curry?

Recipe: Japanese-Style Chicken and Vegetable Curry

Recipe: Japanese-Style Curry Powder

Recipe: Japanese-Style Mixed-Grain Rice


Cuban Meatloaf Is Stuffed, Seared and Sauced

Recipe: Cuban-Style Egg-Stuffed Meatloaf (Pulpeta)


Maricel Presilla’s Salad Is a Symphony of Sweet and Savory

Recipe: Avocado, Pineapple and Arugula Salad with Fresh Chili and Lime


Caramelized Banana Pie

Recipe: Banana Custard Pie with Caramelized Sugar


German Butternut Brioche

Recipe: German-Style Winter Squash Bread


Hoisin-Ginger Noodles

Recipe: Hoisin-Ginger Noodles

Editor’s Note

Welcome to the Diner!

A friend of mine, Ed Levine, who founded Serious Eats, wrote a piece about diner food and why it is one of the last great “bastions of civility, service and dare I say grace available to all economic strata in this country.” The American diner began in the 1870s as “night lunch wagons” that fed late-shift workers who wanted a quick, hot meal. They soon were called dining cars, and in the 1920s, the term was shortened to diners.


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