NY Times Dining Section Roundup: 10.11.06

NY Times Dining Section Roundup: 10.11.06

Chris Phillips
Oct 11, 2006

From the New York Times' Dining Section...

Cooking Defines Sephardic Jews at Sukkot: The Times takes an in-depth look at the food of the Sukkot holiday, including an interesting reference to candied spaghetti squash. Has anyone ever heard of that before? With recipes for Spiced Meat Pies, Spinach Cheese Pies, and Veal Stew With Tomato, Allspice and Fried Potatoes.

Sharing in the Feast With Johnny Apple: Adam Nagourney remembers one of The Time's biggest names in food.

Pork Sauteed in Red Wine: Don't miss The Minimalist's video about his new pork recipe, a braise for autumn. Pork cooked in wine is a theme The Minimalist keeps bringing us back to. This braised pork from a Minimalist column in the spring was excellent, so I'm eager to try this new apple, wine and pork recipe.

PLUS...

A Taste of the New Sicily, Without the Airfare: Try the Rice Croquettes With Rag├╣ and Fondue.

A Fresh Splash of Japan to Add Zip to Fish: Yuzu are in season.

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