Recipe Roundup: Cooking for a Crowd

Joanne Bondy's farmer's macaroni and cheese

 

It's been two weeks since Hurricane Sandy touched down in New York and New Jersey, but many of the hardest hit communities are still reeling. For those of us who live nearby and want to help, providing food to those without power or running water is a great way to get involved. Most FEMA and community-organized relief sites will accept donations of homemade food, and hot meals are particularly appreciated. Here are a few of the recipes we turn to when cooking for a crowd:

 

Baked Orzo with Eggplant and Mozzarella [Smitten Kitchen]

Adapted from a recipe by vegetable maestro Yotam Ottolenghi, this hearty yet not-too-heavy baked pasta is perked up with a pinch of lemon zest and pillowy bites of fried eggplant. Canned tomatoes can be substituted for fresh when out of season.

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Recipe: Farmer’s Mac & Cheese

Macaroni and cheese We learned earlier today that macaroni and cheese is all the rage in New York City. For those of you who can't pay a visit to one of the city's mac 'n' cheese "boutiques," this hearty, Tabasco-kissed recipe will certainly satisfy your craving. It comes from Joanne Bondy of Old Hickory Steakhouse at the Gaylord Texas Resort in Dallas.

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Recipe: Farmer’s Mac & Cheese

Macaroni and cheese We learned earlier today that macaroni and cheese is all the rage in New York City. For those of you who can't pay a visit to one of the city's mac 'n' cheese "boutiques," this hearty, Tabasco-kissed recipe will certainly satisfy your craving. It comes from Joanne Bondy of Old Hickory Steakhouse at the Gaylord Texas Resort in Dallas.

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