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If you can get someone else to do the dirty work for you (that is, the cleaning), squid is perhaps the simplest and least fussy seafood out there. And it requires only the briefest of cooking times – about 90 seconds to two minutes per side should do it. They taste like smoky, briny heaven […]

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It’s funny how sometimes the memory of a dish will follow you around for months, even years. It was sometime last spring that I had a dish like that, at Range here in San Francisco. The memorable dish was remarkably simple, though I didn’t know that at the time: Cod a la Nage. A la […]

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Last week I went on a little getaway to Death Valley. We were trying to catch that rare window where the weather is just right: somewhere in the neighborhood of 80-something degrees. The heat was already there, though, regularly climbing to 99 degrees in the afternoons, in the shade. Locals will scoff at this and […]

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