Casseroles. They're at home on almost any menu — from the diner to the gourmet restaurant — and every ethnic cuisine seems to have a favorite interpretation — Italian lasagna, French cassoulet, Greek moussaka, or American macaroni and cheese. Still, “the word ‘casserole’ is antiquated,” notes Christopher Koetke, dean of culinary arts at Kendall College in Illinois. “But, promoting food as ‘retro’ is in,” he says, ...

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