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  • Mario Batali: Braising lamb

    Mario Batali: Braising lamb
    Mario Batali is the award-winning chef behind 24 restaurants including Eataly, Del Posto and his flagship Greenwich Village enoteca, Babbo. In the coming year, Mario will use this twice-monthly column to answer questions submitted via social media and by people he encounters daily in downtown Manhattan. Topics will vary from Italian travel destinations to cooking to politics. Follow Mario on Twitter @mariobatali. Keep asking!
  • Seafood fraud widespread in N.Y., probe finds

    Seafood fraud widespread in N.Y., probe finds
    This post has been corrected. See note below. There's a good chance that the white tuna sashimi served up at your favorite Manhattan sushi joint isn't white tuna at all. Instead, 94% of the fish labeled as white tuna in New York turned out to be...

    Upgrade your cooking skills? There's an app for that.

    Upgrade your cooking skills? There's an app for that.
    You can use your iPhone or iPad to watch movies, listen to music, text and surf the Internet. But special, surprisingly inexpensive apps make them nifty environments for learning or upgrading cooking skills. I've bought or borrowed quite a few...

    Check It Out: Hungry for a good book?

    No doubt about it, cooking shows and competitions are popular. Learn more about the stars of these shows by reading a biography of a famous chef. Their success stories have some qualities in common: hard work, high standards, dedication and perseverance....

    Mario Batali: Secrets of a tender meatball

    Mario Batali: Secrets of a tender meatball
    Q: Making meatballs for dinner. Should I fry, roast, or braise? A: I prefer not to roast, fry or bake. Often, I don't brown my meatballs at all. Instead, I cook them directly in a bubbling sauce for about half an hour until they're soft and succulent....