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Veal Osso Buco

Author: Rick Tramonto

Red Wine Beef Stew

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Author: Sara Quessenberry

Shrimp Risotto

A fruity, spicy Sauvignon Blanc would be perfect with this elegant dish.

Oven Risotto with Crispy Roasted Mushrooms

Yes, you can make risotto without all the stirring-just pop it in the oven. And while that oven is on, use it to crisp up a bunch of mushrooms.

Author: Anna Stockwell

Basic Mead

The mead you make with this recipe will reflect the qualities of the honey you use. Consult our guide to mead and consider using a first-rate varietal honey. Because mead is fairly high in alcohol (10-...

Quince and Almond Tart With Rosé

Poach quince in rosé with a dash of cocktail bitters and a few warm spices, then assemble into a tart with almond paste using an upside-down, Tatin-style method.

Author: Claire Saffitz

French 75

This recipe is from Eben Freeman, bartender of Tailor Restaurant in New York City. The drink tastes best when served very cold, so Freeman recommends making sure the glass and the sparkling wine are well...

Author: Eben Freeman

Braised Veal Shanks

Author: Anthony Bourdain

Rigatoni with Meat Sauce

This is the hearty pasta dish that everyone loves to eat. The rigatoni cooks right in the sauce, which not only saves you from having to wash an extra pan-it makes the pasta more flavorful.

Author: Marge Perry

Beef Braised in Barolo

Author: Lidia Bastianich

Vegetarian Skillet Stuffed Shells

Stuffed-shells don't have to be a weekend project. This one-pan, stovetop-only version turns mushroom-and-spinach stuffed shells into an easy weeknight dinner. The quick but deeply flavorful sauce is made...

Author: Anna Stockwell

Miso Glazed Sea Bass

At Aqua, the sea bass is presented with shrimp tortellini in lobster consommé.

Mussels with Coconut Curry Sauce

Mimosa in Los Angeles uses coconut milk in this version of a Breton classic.

Steamed Fish With Ginger and Scallions

This is a classic preparation for a whole steamed fish. Serving whole fish during Chinese New Year symbolizes the wish for prosperity throughout the year.

Author: Hsiao-Ching Chou

Jacques's French Potato Salad

Author: Julia Child

Braised Leeks, Peas, and Lettuce

When you warm lettuce in butter and wine it gets velvety and rich-a perfect foil to the toothsome, sweet peas. Serve spooned over slices of quiche for brunch.

Author: Tara O'Brady

Venison with Mushroom Wine Sauce

Author: Ellie Krieger

Chicken Sauté with White Wine

Author: James Beard

Black Cod with Miso

Black cod is steeped in sweet miso before being baked in the oven. The sweetness of Nobu-style Saikyo Miso is an excellent match with the plumpness of the fish.

Author: Nobuyuki Matsuhisa

Bolognese Meat Sauce

Ragù, as the Bolognese call their celebrated meat sauce, is characterized by mellow, gentle, comfortable flavor. This is Marcella Hazan's Bolognese recipe.

Author: Marcella Hazan

Wine Braised Leg of Lamb With Garlic

Two elements make this dish special. Usually the smaller shanks are braised, but a whole leg works just as well and looks more impressive. Also, white wine is used for the braising instead of red. What...

Spicy Beef with Peppers

Author: Grace Young

Simple Ponzu Sauce

Serve this easy Japanese sauce with summer rolls, sushi, or dumplings.

Author: Andrew Knowlton

Cheese Fondue With Beer and Bourbon

Ah, Babybel cheese, the fancy French chef's secret weapon for fondue-it keeps the molten mixture from separating, and its unassuming flavor lets the Gruyère shine.

Author: Ludo Lefebvre

Wine Braised Brisket with Tart Cherries

Beef brisket is the centerpiece of many Jewish holiday meals, particularly at Passover, and every family has their favorite way of preparing it. There are countless recipes out there, but how many do you...

Author: Melissa Roberts

Coq au Vin

Wild mushrooms add depth of flavor to this take on the French classic. Make sure your bacon isn't too smoky; it could overwhelm the dish.

Wine Braised Pork Loin

An easy Wine-Braised Pork Loin recipe

Cabernet Cranberry Sauce with Figs

Author: Gina Marie Miraglia Eriquez

Broccoli Sautéed in Wine and Garlic (Broccoli al Frascati)

Cooking cruciferous vegetables without boiling them, as in this recipe, seems to make them more fragrant and heady-just the way the robust Romans like their food.

Author: Mario Batali

My Favorite Brisket (Not Too Gedempte Fleysch)

Basically, this is what you'd offer your future in-laws to ensure their undying affection. This is a taste-great, feel-good classic Jewish brisket, but while the recipe has been in the family for years,...

Author: Stephanie Pierson

Creamy Squash Risotto With Toasted Pepitas

Silky miso and a paprika-packed squash purée makes this risotto hearty and satisfying, not to mention vegan. Double or triple the squash purée since it will keep for up to four days in the fridge. You...

Author: Abra Berens

Mamaleh's Brisket

The point cut is the fattier end of the brisket. It's more tender and especially delicious because of the marbling. Ask for it first.