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Mexican Grilled Cheese

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In Sydney, Vegetables Get a High-Heat Treatment

Recipe: Japanese-Style Sesame Sauce

Recipe: Charred Broccoli with Japanese-Style Toasted Sesame Sauce

Recipe: Roasted Cabbage with Cilantro and Sesame


The Two-Ingredient Cheese Sauce You'll Put on Everything

Recipe: Garlic-Rosemary Burgers with Taleggio Sauce


The Easiest Omelet Ever

Recipe: Herb and Onion Open-Faced Omelet

Recipe: Tomato-Herb Open Faced Omelet with Feta Cheese

Recipe: Roasted Pepper and Mushroom Omelet with Paprika and Dill

Recipe: Ham and Goat Cheese Omelet with Grainy Mustard


Naples' Two-Cheese Pasta with Cauliflower

Recipe: Two-Cheese Pasta with Cauliflower


Thailand’s Coconut-Basted Pork Skewers

Recipe: Thai Grilled Pork Skewers (Moo Ping)

Recipe: Chili-Lime Sauce (Jaew)


The Perfect Pan-Roasted Asparagus

Recipe: Pan-Roasted Asparagus


Southern Italy's Grilled Lemon Chicken

Recipe: Grilled Chicken Salmoriglio


Beirut's Breakfast Makes the Best Supper

Recipe: Pita and Chickpea Salad with Yogurt and Mint (Fatteh)


Dressing the Simple Salad

Recipe: Eventide Green Salad with Nori Vinaigrette


Bringing Valencia's Classic Dish Home: Weeknight-Easy Paella

Recipe: Chicken and Bean Paella


In Italy, They Treat Their Potatoes Like Rice

Recipe: Tuscan Braised Potatoes (Patate in Umido)


Athens’ White Bean and Avocado Salad

Recipe: Greek Bean Salad (Fasolia Piaz)


Skillet-Griddled Sesame-Scallion Bread

Recipe: Chinese Sesame-Scallion Bread


Chocolate Meringue Cookies

Recipe: Chocolate Meringue Cookies


Mile High Chocolate-Ginger Scones

Recipe: Triple Ginger Scones with Chocolate Chunks


Milan's Five-Ingredient Mousse

Recipe: Mascarpone Mousse (Crema al Mascarpone)

Editor’s Note

The Road to Shangri-La

Author James Hilton popularized the notion of Shangri-La in his 1933 novel, “Lost Horizon,” in which a plane crash led to the discovery of a mysterious utopia that offered long life hidden in the mountains of Tibet. When writing this story, Hilton had plenty of Shangri-La myths to choose from for inspiration. Ancient Tibetan scriptures describe seven beyuls, sacred areas of refuge created by Padmasambhava (also known as “the second Buddha”). Another possible source for the myth of Shangri-La is...

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