Serious Eats Roundup: Curry for Beginners, Chicago''s Great Sandwich, and an Oozing Cutlet

1st Feb 2010

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Our weekly roundup of what the two of us have written over on Serious Eats.

"Dinner Tonight" Column

Quick meals to your table five days a week.

Stuffed Chicken Cutlet With Ham, Cheese, and Sauerkraut
A breaded chicken cutlet, oozing provolone cheese between a layer of ham and tangy sauerkraut. What's not to like?

Beginner Almond Shrimp Curry with Tomatoes
New to curry? Even though this recipe is easy, it doesn't taste like something a beginner could turn out.

Barley Risotto with Cauliflower and Red Wine
Even though it's not made with rice, this risotto-like dish is authentic nonetheless, with roots in the Friuli region of Italy. The warming and tender result is also pretty good for you.

Egg in a Hole with 'Shrooms
On a nostalgic trip for the first thing he ever learned to cook, Blake follows Mark Bittman's lead in updating this breakfast-for-dinner classic.

Shrimp and Scallion Pancakes
Inspired by a Korean side dish called pajeon , these savory pancakes are crisp and aromatic.

Standing Room Only

A column about the best of Chicago's restaurants--with no seats.

Al's #1 Italian Beef

Nick finally visits the Italian Beef stands that inspired the Standing Room Only column, and is reminded "why I fell in love with the sandwich in the first place."


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