Make an irresistible dinner (or three!) with a slow-cooked pork shoulder enriched with pancetta, Belgian ale, and earthy spices.
Impress your family with this famous San Franciscan seafood stew. Invented by Italian-American fishermen, this recipe for cioppino features an assortment of seafood cooked in a tomato broth. The recipe calls for clams, firm white fish, shrimp, and crab legs, but feel free to use your favorite seafood combination.
Baking pies a day ahead allows them to set (the secret to cutting perfect, rather than puddly, slices).