all-about-roasting-a-new-approach-to-a-classic-art

All About Roasting: A New Approach to a Classic Art

Sample Recipes from All About Roasting: A New Approach to a Classic Art

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straight-up-roast-beef

Straight-Up Roast Beef

When I crave straight-up roast beef—you know, the kind that gets thinly sliced and piled high in a good deli sandwich—this is what I have...

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steakhouse-style-sear-roasted-strip-steak

Steakhouse-Style Sear-Roasted Strip Steak

There’s something almost mythological about the experience of a good steakhouse steak, and I like to think it’s more than just nostalgia....

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basic-roasted-rack-of-lamb

Basic Roasted Rack of Lamb

When I’m looking to make a special-occasion dinner but don’t have a lot of time to fuss, rack of lamb is one of the first dishes I consid...

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slow-roasted-goat-leg-with-harissa-tomatoes-and-onions

Slow-Roasted Goat Leg with Harissa, Tomatoes and Onions

Goat, popular just about everywhere in the world, seems to be finally catching on with American cooks. Though authentic Indian, Mexican, ...

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oven-roasted-porchetta

Oven-Roasted Porchetta

For years I’ve fantasized about making porchetta—herb- and garlic-infused pork roasted over an open fire until meltingly tender, with ski...

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cuban-style-marinated-slow-roasted-pork-picnic-shoulder

Cuban-Style Marinated Slow-Roasted Pork Picnic Shoulder

This is my version of the classic Latin American dish of slow-roasted pork shoulder seasoned with a heady mixture of garlic, oregano, and...

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