Pot Roast Dinner: Braised Low and Slow

Everything Old is New Again

When I’m hosting a dinner party, my first impulse is usually to make something special, or at least a little beyond run-of-the-mill. Perhaps salmon en papillote, cassoulet, beer-braised carnitas, chicken or shrimp creole — something my guests probably don’t have every day.




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Dara O'Brien

Dara O'Brien

Dara O’Brien is a freelance writer based in New York City. When she isn’t cooking or writing about cookbooks, she writes plays and sometimes acts in them..

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