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Roasting

Roasting uses dry heat such as an oven or dry flame to cook a foodstuff, enriching its flavor through caramelization. Here’s a hearty arsenal of roasting recipes -- whether it's roasting chicken, pork, ribs, vegetables, or more -- that are sure to elicit tender results and delicious, comforting meals.

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The dough for this pizza is too moist to knead by hand, so this recipe lets a standing mixer do the work. The process was devised by a renowned pizza bianca maker of Campo de Fiore in Rome. He handed it down to Jim Lahey of Sullivan Street Bakery in New York City, who taught it to food critic Jeffrey Steingarten, whose writing on it inspired our food editorial director, Lucinda Scala Quinn, to create this variation. You should use a 14-inch pizza stone and wooden peel. (You can use the back of a rimmed baking sheet instead of the peel.)