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Bulgur Pilaf with Dried Fruits
Cinnamon and allspice infuse this pilaf with a subtle Middle Eastern fragrance. Serve as a side dish or use it to stuff...
A colorful and unusual finale to dinner, and great for breakfast as well.
Originating in the countryside around the town of Limoges, France, a clafoutis is a baked fruit pudding.
Not too sweet, and very fragrant, this is good bread to bake if you're trying to sell your house.
Frozen Yogurt Sandwiches
Great for the kids—or the kids at heart—frozen fruit swirled into frozen yogurt and sandwiched between two crisp...
A broth made from shrimp shells, wine and aromatic vegetables makes a richly flavored base for this bisque. A dollop of...
Marsala Chicken Stew
This Marsala chicken stew recipe gets its richness from plenty of mushrooms and onions. Make it a meal: Soak up all the...
Packed with fiber, vitamins and minerals, whole-wheat couscous is ready to eat in minutes. Make it a meal: Fill pita...
Honeyed Couscous Pudding
This quick take on rice pudding is flavored with honey and orange zest. Dates had a rich, sweet flavor.
Roasted pears are a simple dessert on their own, or top with lightly sweetened mascarpone for a more decadent treat.
Chicken en Papillote
Steaming “en papillote” ensures that none of the nutrients are lost during the cooking process.