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Moo Shu Vegetables
This vegetarian version of the classic Chinese stir-fry, Moo Shu, uses already-shredded vegetables to cut down on the...
Curried Scallop-Apple Salad
Curry complements seared scallops, tart apples and sweet dried cranberries while toasted almonds add crunch in this...
Salmon Pinwheels
Don't be intimidated by this fancy-looking breaded-salmon pinwheel, it's quite easy to do. This technique...
Shrimp Saganaki
Shrimp top a delicious saute of fennel, scallions and feta in this version of saganaki. A saganaki is a shallow, two-...
Smoked Trout Salad
The fast of Yom Kippur is often broken with smoked fish as in this trout salad. This easy dinner, which can be made...
Butternut Squash Pilaf
Grated butternut squash adds color and nutrients to this brown rice pilaf. Greeks like to use winter squash, especially...
Simple Sautéed Spinach
Sautéed spinach (or any greens) with garlic and a squeeze of lemon (or vinegar) is a simple formula that lets spinach...
Homemade Hot Sauce
This homemade hot sauce makes good use of the bountiful tomatoes, onions and peppers in your garden or farmers'...
Salsa Rojo
Here's a homemade version of the tomato salsa served at taco stands and burrito joints everywhere. Try it with all...
Grissini
Long, crispy, thin breadsticks like these grissini are laid right on the tablecloth at many Piedmontese restaurants.
Red-Wine Risotto
Rich, red-wine-infused risotto is served as a first course or side dish all over Northern Italy. The type of wine used...
Hunter's Chicken Stew
Hunter's Chicken is found across Northern Italy, with many variations. This version uses meaty bone-in chicken...
Creamy Polenta
This easy polenta takes only a few minutes of stirring before it's left to cook on its own to creamy perfection....
Broccoli Rabe with Garlic & Anchovies
Pungent broccoli rabe (or broccoli rape, broccoli raab or rapini) is tossed with a rich mixture of garlic, olive oil...
Lamb, Fig & Olive Stew
Not your Irish grandmother's stew, this version was inspired by ingredients commonly used in the south of France:...
Roasted Parsnip Soup
The earthy flavor of parsnips goes especially well with fragrant pears, but carrots or even rutabaga work nicely in...
Chicken Baked over Mushroom Dressing
Roasting a chicken on top of a three-mushroom stuffing keeps it moist and juicy. This is a comfy treat any winter night.
Crispy Turkey Tostadas
Shredded leftover turkey tops homemade tostadas in this Tex-Mex favorite. Making your own tostada shells from fresh...
Game Hens with Brussels Sprouts & Chestnuts
Game hens are even easier to prepare than chicken and help make your celebration more festive. Their buttery flavor...
Lemon-Garlic Roast Turkey & White-Wine Gravy
The zesty lemon-garlic rub for this turkey gives it amazing flavor. Instead of using a conventional supermarket turkey...
Quail with Ginger-Cranberry Pilaf
Here, we sear quail in a skillet and then finish them in the oven over a bed of pear- and cranberry-studded brown-rice...
Roasted Pheasant with Wheat Berry Salad
Pheasant is a small bird with a delicate flavor that's richer than chicken. We roast apples and shallots in the...
Warm Winter Salad
Sautéed radicchio, fennel and carrots are topped with chicken, walnuts and Gorgonzola in this warm and hearty main-dish...
Pork Tenderloin with Roasted Grape Sauce
Here, we roast grapes to bring out their succulent sweetness, then combine them with thyme, mustard and Madeira in an...
Red Wine Braised Roots
Braised root vegetables, rich with red wine, mushrooms and thyme, make a fabulous vegetarian entree or side dish. Enjoy...
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