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Romanian Pork and Bean Soup

Romanian Pork and Bean Soup

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Iliana de la Vega’s Chilean-Style Pork Sandwiches

Recipe: Iliana de la Vega’s Chilean-Style Pork Sandwiches


Sear Your Squash!

Recipe: Afghan-Style Braised Butternut Squash with Garlic-Mint Yogurt


An English Dessert Meets the Middle East

Recipe: Plum Cake with Spiced Almond Crumble


Memories of Crete

Recipe: Pork Souvlaki with Tzatziki and Tomato-Onion Salad


Pilaf Without Borders

Recipe: Red Rice with Almonds, Raisins and Fried Onions


In Umbria, Flavor Comes From the Earth

Recipe: Umbrian Lentil Soup (Zuppa de Lenticchie)

Recipe: Umbrian Flatbreads with Sausage and Broccoli Rabe


Small Bites from Milk Street

Recipe: Savory Tomato–Black Olive Quick Bread with Feta and Za’atar

Recipe: Carrot-Tahini Quick Bread with Candied Ginger and Pistachios

Recipe: Chocolate-Tahini Loaf with Cinnamon and Cayenne


Searching for Mexico City’s Best Tacos

Recipe: Chili and Citrus–Marinated Fish Tacos

Recipe: Dutch Oven Beef Birria Tacos

Recipe: Instant Pot Beef Birria Tacos

Recipe: Dutch Oven Cochinita Pibil Tacos

Recipe: Instant Pot Cochinita Pibil Tacos

Recipe: Pickled Red Onions

Recipe: Homemade Corn Tortillas

Recipe: Salsa Macha

Recipe: Charred Habanero Salsa

Recipe: Fresh Tomatillo and Serrano Chili Salsa

Recipe: Seared Shrimp Tacos with Tomatoes and Cotija


Like Coconut Water for Chicken Broth

Recipe: Filipino-Style Chicken Soup with Coconut and Lemon Grass


Turkish Stir-Fry

Recipe: Turkish Beef with Peppers and Tomatoes

Editor’s Note

Farm to Table

Charlie bentley was a Vermont dairy farmer. He rented a small barn next to the Green River. His herd of dairy cows numbered no more than 25—he called them in every morning and evening, opening the barn doors, the cows already assembled just outside like kids on the last day of school. Occasionally, a reluctant heifer had to be coaxed with the worn end of a milk machine strap, but, as a rule, each cow moved to its stanchion and...

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