Drop the Fancy Names: Macaroni Dishes to Warm Up Your Winter

In Italy, macaroni means a type of short, tubular pasta; in Israel it means long noodles. But in cholent or with smoked fish, it doesn’t matter what you call it.

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The Italians have dozens of names for pasta, just like the Eskimos have myriad names for snow and the French for love. But around here we keep it simple: If they float in soup, they’re called lokshen, and if...