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A Tuscan Chef in New York

“Simplicity is sophistication,” says chef Cesare Casella, paraphrasing Leonardo Da Vinci, to explain his approach to cooking. (more…)

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The 101 Best Sandwiches in New York

At its most elemental, the sandwich is an efficient delivery system for protein, carbs, and maybe a few vegetables, requiring just two pieces of bread and a pair of hands to consume. (more…)

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The Inquirer and Mirror

Sold-out wine festival a sparkling success.  In Nantucket newspaper print originally.
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Steak with Herb Sauce (Bistecca Con Salsa delle Erbe)

A thick, well-marbled cut—a rib eye, strip, or porterhouse—works best for this olive oil– and herb-topped steak. The dish is based on one served by the Italian-born chef Cesare Casella at Salumeria Rosi in New York City.

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The Culatello King

Italy’s rarest ham… (more…)

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Restaurants’ Table Turnover Tricks Boost Business

Next time you find yourself at a boisterous bistro shouting at your dinner companions over the plat du jour, it might be the result of a restaurant up-sell.

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Meatball Madness: Goodness, gracious!

Chef Cesare Casella first whipped up his duck meatballs stuffed with pecorino fresco at last year’s Meatball Madness competition at the NYC Wine & Food Festival.

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The Upper West Side

Neighborhood resident Akhtar Nawab takes us to his favorite food haunts.

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5 Questions for Cesare Casella

 

What food do you eat that would give you a bad rep if other chefs knew about it?

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