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9 Regional Dishes to Make Dinner Better, Says Nicholas

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Every other Thursday, we bring you Nicholas Day -- on cooking for children, and with children, and despite children. Also, occasionally, on top of.

Today: Nicholas is off this week doing things for his new book! So we're revisiting the best of his regional dishes, near and far. They'll make dinner better.

If you find yourself stuck in a dinner rut, let Nicholas lead you out. Before long, you'll be running to the pantry to check if you have a few drops of sesame oil left, or a tin of fish to save the day

Although a few of these dishes may require ingredients you're not all that familiar with (Tianjin preserved vegetable, we're coming for you), the result will be more than worth the effort -- or you can skip them and go the extra mile next time around. From Burma to Italy, and back to the U.S., these dishes will instantly upgrade your weeknight repertoire.

Bagna Cauda: Dressing for Dinner

bagna cauda

 

Sweet-Sour Short Rib Stew

 

Sichuanese Dry-Fried Green Beans

 

Eggplant Dip with Yogurt (Borani-e Bademjan)

eggplant dip 

 

Lemongrass Ginger Patties

 

Yogurt Soup with Cucumber and Walnuts (Tarator)

tarator

 

Tomato-y, Yogurt-y Shakshuka

 

Dinner in a Bottle: Lo Soi

lo soi

 

Corn Chowder

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