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Try adding La Paz batchoy to your noodle soup rotation this fall. Born in La Paz, Iloilo City in the Philippines, the comforting dish is packed with egg noodles and pork parts. This version from chef @daletalde keeps the traditional liver and intestines optional and applies just enough shrimp paste to keep things funky. Head to the link in our bio for the recipe, and be sure not to skimp on the crispy garlic or pork cracklings. 📸: @williamhereford

Hold onto summer as long as possible by making a batch of tomato confit. Slow-cooked in a bath of olive oil, garlic, and herbs, fresh, juicy beefsteaks become something entirely different: rich, savory, and meltingly soft. Grab the recipe through the link in our bio. 📝+📸: @annakovel

This kimchi compound butter is an easy way to add funky richness to just about anything. Try it spooned over seared steak or braised short ribs, melted into steamed clams or mussels, drizzled over a lobster roll, or simply schmeared on toast. Meet your new favorite condiment through the link in our bio. 📸: @matt_tg

In zuppa alla frantoiana (olive oil maker's soup), vegetables and beans are slow-cooked until little to no bite remains, making it a rustic, comforting dish. It hails from the Lucca region of Tuscany, where for centuries the peasants would come to the frantoio, or oil mill, with this soup and bread in hand, to taste the olive oil harvest. Grab the recipe through the link in our bio. 📸: @ryanliebe

Reader @fondasfoodlibrary has the right idea for dinner tonight: a big pot of our classic ragù alla bolognese. Serve it over fresh tagliatelle or polenta for a hearty meal that won't disappoint. Head to the link in our bio for the recipe.

On The Way We Cook this week, we're turning to Jamaican rundown for pasta inspiration, via @comperelapin chef @ninacompton. A riff on the coconutty seafood stew that's popular throughout the Caribbean, the dish calls for cooking shrimp shells and coconut milk into a flavorful, bisque-like sauce, then tossing with spaghetti, shrimp, and fresh herbs. Head to the link in our bio for the recipe. 📸: @hellomydumpling

Skip the long lines for cider donuts at the farmers' market, and make this classic New England-style apple pandowdy instead. The fruit is simmered with cider, cinnamon, and cloves, then topped with squares of buttery crust that soak up the spiced sauce. Grab the recipe through the link in our bio. 📸: @romuloyanesphotography

Making dumplings at home, from the wrappers to the fillings to the dipping sauces, is easier than you may think. Head to the link in our bio for the complete guide, then call up some friends, roll out some dough, and get stuffing. 📸: @nothinginpassing

Our skillet cod with brown-butter tomato sauce is equally delicious on its own, or on a bed of fluffy mashed potatoes with a simple side salad, à la reader @apronandarecipe⁠. Whichever way you serve it, consider using two types of cherry tomatoes to make the colors pop. Head to the link in our bio for the recipe.

Gramercy Tavern

We are at Gramercy Tavern today, for a special celebration! Both @saveurmag and @gramercytavern are turning 25 this year! On the menu? This classic roasted chicken with Madeira sauce (recipe link in bio) and chilled corn soup with coconut milk, avocado, and cucumber.

In this modern-day riff on braised poulet au riesling, succulent pan-seared chicken is nestled into a white wine cream sauce, along with Swiss chard, red onion, and delicate, earthy chanterelles. Pan-roasting—as opposed to slow-braising—renders the chicken skin golden and the meat tender and juicy. Head to the link in our bio for the recipe from poultry master @chefwestermann. (Photo: @bethgaltonstudio, food styling: @marianavelasquezv)

Marseilles is home to one of the best snacks France has to offer: panisse. Crispy on the outside and custard-like on the inside, these chickpea fries transform chickpea flour and water into something much greater than the sum of its parts. Grab the recipe and @rebekahpeppler's panisse best practices through the link in our bio. 📸: @deareverest

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