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Sweet maple syrup turns grits in a northerly direction. Milk adds creaminess and gives this satisfying breakfast...
Sweet Pickled Green Beans
We love dilly beans, but using a sweet brine and dried chile peppers gives pickled green beans a unique twist.
In Korea there is an entire category of side dishes called namul. These are boldly seasoned vegetables from the land...
Seaweed & Tofu Soup
Korean meals always include soups—like this mild one based on vitamin-rich wakame seaweed, the same kind often used in...
Roasted Fennel & Farro Salad
This whole-grain salad stars farro, an ancient form of wheat common in Italy, along with roasted fennel and bell...
Pressing the raspberries through a fine-mesh sieve will get every drop of juice into this refreshing limeade while...
Pickled turnips are a popular Middle Eastern mezes. Adding a beet slice to each jar turns the turnips pink; you can...
Pickled Brussels Sprouts
While you might not think of pickling Brussels sprouts, they make a delightful garnish for a Bloody Mary.
Hot & Sour Okra Pickles
These awesome habanero-spiced pickled okra are the perfect crunchy treat to turn anyone on to the beauty of this...
Sweet Pickled Peppers
Using sweet brine instead of sour tempers the heat of hot peppers in these sweet pickled peppers.
A great way to preserve a bumper crop of jalapeno peppers is to pickle them. Use them to garnish your favorite Mexican...
Tangy pickled beets are a summertime favorite. Try them as a garnish for a Greek salad or as part of a relish tray at...
Try these garlicky-dilly pickled carrots chopped in your dinner salad for a burst of flavor.
Supermarket dill pickles can’t beat the fresh flavor and snap of homemade.
Bread & Butter Pickles
Try these tangy-sweet bread-and-butter pickles on a tuna sandwich or chopped in a tartar sauce for sautéed fish fillets...
Tofu & Broccoli Stir-Fry
We like broccoli best in this tofu stir-fry, but any mixture of vegetables you have on hand will work. One way to get...
Try this spicy Mexican rub on grilled chicken, steak or tofu.
Nina’s Mexican Rice
The key to nutty and flavorful Mexican rice is cooking the rice first in oil until it is nicely golden.
Cashew-Snow Pea Stir-Fry
Radishes add a burst of color to this easy snow pea stir-fry and cooking them tames their spiciness.
A boozy fire emanates from these drunken cherries that get better with age. Serve them with cheese or combine the...