No doubt, you have your own personal list of the area's best places to eat. Chez Francois, 555 Main St., Vermilion, 440-967-0630, chezfrancois.com: True four-star dining experiences and exacting French preparations are a rare thing in Northeast Ohio. Plates, bowls, sandwiches and salads are all available. Well-prepared seafood is the star, but options abound. Convenient, though a little chaotic, for before theater dining, a quiet respite if you choose to eat while everyone else is at the show.
became a smash hit in 1981, one of its iconic dishes, Chicken Marbella, became a staple of New York dinner parties.
Cake recipes, Fannie Farmer's Boston Cooking School Cook Book  What is the difference between cake, gateau and torte? It generally denotes items made with delicate ingredients which are best consumed soon after the confection is made (gateaux des roi).
Our seventh annual A-List Dining Guide once again spotlights some of the best places to eat in Northeast Ohio - and highlights several restaurants new to the Greater Cleveland dining scene. Flying Fig, 2523 Market Ave., Cleveland, 216-241-4243, theflyingfig.com: When you have one of the best chefs in town at the helm and a longstanding commitment to locally grown fare, it's hard not to have a good meal. Giovanni's Ristorante, 25550 Chagrin Blvd., Beachwood; 216-831-8625, giovanniscleveland.com: Old World charm heightened by exceptional cuisine, tableside preparations and exacting service combine to make dining at Giovanni's a singular experience. But Amp 150 is not a "hotel restaurant." Since the New American restaurant that specializes in small plates and shareables opened in 2009 in the Cleveland Airport Marriott, it has established itself as one of the most innovative, locally-sourced kitchens in Cleveland. It's also a chic cocktail wine bar with an extensive beer and wine list - a sophisticated eatery that caters to both an ethnic crowd and non-Turks alike. Bac Asian American Bistro and Bar, 2661 West 14th St. maintains its comfortable mix of neo-Tuscan country and rehabbed Cleveland. Batuqui, 12706 Larchmere Blvd, Cleveland, 216-801-0227, batuquicleveland.com: Until recently, it was almost impossible to experience the flavors of Brazil here. Akron, 330-375-5050, danteboccuzzi.com: Luxurious, inventive modern American cuisine. (Bob Migra, Special to cleveland.com) Dante Next Door, 2247 Professor Ave. 12214 Pearl Road, Strongsville; 440-238-8500, danteboccuzzi.com: An array of pastas and toppings, plus appetizers, meatballs and sides - not to mention various portion sizes - beckon you to try lots of dishes. The combined and skillful team of Dante Boccuzzi (Dante, Ginko, DBA) and Carmella Del Busso (Oggi and the former Portofino) - are the "D" and "C" in the name. It's a true neighborhood watering hole -- with an extensive import and craft beer list and cool vintage cocktail menu, and a kitchen that turns out food worthy of any fine dining establishment.
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More than 30 years later, the recipe—with its aromatic blend of prunes, olives, capers, white wine, brown sugar, and tons of oregano and garlic—endures not only as a main course for all sorts of gatherings, but as a go-to entrée for the festive meals at many families’ Passover Seders.
I’ve served it to my own Seder guests for more than a decade and, after some intensive searching on Google and emailing with friends and acquaintances, I discovered that I’m far from alone.
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