NYT Cooking: No need for a wok here. You can use a flat-bottomed skillet or sauté pan instead, the bigger the better. You want as much surface area as possible to get as hot as possible, so preheat the pan for at least five minutes before adding the oil. There should be a forbidding amount of smoke when the ingredients hit the pan (open the windows and turn on the fan b...

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A classic Italian-American Parmesan — a casserole of fried, breaded meat or eggplant covered with tomato sauce and molten cheese — is all about balance You need a bracing a tomato sauce to cut out the fried richness, while a milky, mild mozzarella rounds out the Parmesan’s tang Baked until brown-edged and bubbling, it’s classic comfort food — hearty, gooey and satisfying

This classic Italian dish must have hundreds of versions, all resulting in a rustic braise of chicken, aromatic vegetables and tomatoes My version includes lots of mushrooms, both dried and fresh You can add kale to the dish if you want to work in some leafy greens (see variation below).

NYT Cooking: This rich, delicious roast uses the broth from rehydrated mushrooms for extra flavor. Porcinis aren’t a necessity, but pick some up if you can. You’ll be glad you did. Pair this with a nice salad and the leftover wine for an excellent evening.

NYT Cooking: No need for a wok here. You can use a flat-bottomed skillet or sauté pan instead, the bigger the better. You want as much surface area as possible to get as hot as possible, so preheat the pan for at least five minutes before adding the oil. There should be a forbidding amount of smoke when the ingredients hit the pan (open the windows and turn on the fan b...

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