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CLASSIC COCKTAILS

HOLIDAY RECIPES


Karen DeMasco's rich chocolate custard tart.  

We’ve often wondered, What does [insert favorite chef’s name here] serve family and friends at the holidays? Like us, the pros want to enjoy themselves—and at home they don’t have armies of sous-chefs to help out. So what they cook up tends to be flavorful yet unfussy (e.g., the world’s best roast beef). And, of course, they’re full of surprises (Christmas pasta, anyone?). One thing’s certain: No one will go home hungry.




11 holiday recipes from the city's top toques:

CHESTNUT-SOUP VIENNESE MÉLANGE WITH BLACK TRUFFLES

STANDING RIB ROAST WITH ROASTED YUKON GOLD POTATOES AND ONIONS

SALT-COD-AND-TOMATO STEW

GRAVLAX WITH MUSTARD SAUCE

LINGUINE WITH BLACK TRUFFLES AND ESCAROLE SALAD

GOAN ROAST PORK WITH BASMATI PILAF

PORK-CHICKEN POSOLE

CHICKEN TAGINE WITH PLUMS AND SPICES WITH COUSCOUS

CHOCOLATE CUSTARD TART

RUSTIC APPLE-AND-PEAR-STREUSEL TART

STICKY-TOFFEE PUDDING

Photographed by William Meppem.


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