Cook's Notebook


April 04, 2007|By KATE SHATZKIN


Pecorino is a little more assertive than

Pecorino is a little more assertive than parmesan cheese, and can be substituted for it in many recipes if you want a sharper kick.

From "Everyday Pasta," by Giada DeLaurentiis

This Web site for "culinary insiders" has Easter recipes from chefs around the country. If you're a pretty good chef yourself, check out the database of restaurant jobs and the culinary-school discussion forum.

Kate Shatzkin

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