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For most cooks, paella is a time-consuming production best saved for that Saturday evening dinner party. But this one, made just with a collection of sausages and no folderol, produces a satisfying one-pot dinner in hardly more time than it takes to baby-sit a risotto. Sip a glass of earthy, meaty Châteauneuf-du-Pape alongside.
Donald Link pays homage to New Orleans’ Sicilian roots with a dish that also appeals to his love of both salt and salami. The dish has the feel of chicken cacciatore, but its use of olives, salami and fennel brings more complexity. Mr. Link uses handmade salami from Cochon Butcher, his meat shop in New Orleans, but a hunk of good quality supermarket salami ...
For casual entertaining, the tapas experience translates well to the small home kitchen. One delicious hot tapas classic easily made at home is called pinchos Moruños, or Moorish skewers, essentially small kebabs of pork marinated in Arabic (Moorish) spices and grilled, usually on a hot steel plancha. Because most Muslim Arabs wouldn’t eat pork, one ...