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Contests: Yigal's Tagine and Other Designer Recipes

Damn, that looks good.  (We're talking about the tagine, people.)
Damn, that looks good. (We're talking about the tagine, people.)

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Yesterday, we asked you to match five designers with the recipes they submitted to the CFDA's American Fashion Cookbook. We've got a winner, but for those of you playing along at home, here are the answers: The sausage puff, of course, came from Shipley & Halmos designer Jeff Halmos. Tory Burch handed in the Andalusian gazpacho recipe, which makes sense to us because gazpacho fits in with her usual bold color scheme. Israeli-born French-Moroccan designer Yigal Azrouël is the man behind the delicious-sounding chicken tagine. Nice Jewish boy Michael Kors gave us Grandma Bea's pot roast. And the truffle mac and cheese, which we sort of wish were sitting in front of us right now, comes from fun mom Cynthia Rowley.
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