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For Paula Wolfert, this rustic Lyonnais dish is comfort food. Slow cooking transforms red wine vinegar, tomato, shallots, garlic and a touch of honey into a perfectly balanced sauce for chicken.
Stuffing the chicken with fresh herbs infuses it with flavor; the high oven temperature yields crisp skin and juicy meat.
Dense, rich, and luxurious are a few terms that come to mind when describing this chocolate fondant cake recipe, also known as flourless chocolate cake. Made with bittersweet chocolate and a touch of vanilla, this recipe makes a silky loaf cake, or gateau, that melts in your mouth. Cook's note: This flourless chocolate cake recipe is very similar to a chocolate truffle in both flavor and texture; use a premium chocolate for the best results.
This recipe resembles a hearty potato hash and is a great use for leftover ham. Cooked entirely in the microwave, it's ready to eat in less than 15 minutes, so pair it with fresh fruit or a salad for a truly effortless dinner.
1 hour, plus time to chill. White peaches turn a soft shade of pink when poached.
This delicious recipe is courtesy of Stephane Reynaud and can be found in his cookbook "Pork and Sons."
All you need is 20 minutes to put together this hearty soup made with ham, bacon, and six different fresh vegetables. While the soup simmers for 30 minutes, warm up some crusty bread and throw together a quick salad.
We've made the quintessential Thanksgiving casserole better than ever by combining fresh green beans, homemade mushroom sauce, and savory fried shallots.
This is such a wonderfully light and super-tasty cannelloni, and again I've avoided making the frustrating, painstaking béchamel sauce and given you a much tastier and simpler version. All you need to make sure of is that you fill the cannelloni well with the ricotta and spinach mix, so it's not all full of air. And the lovely thing about it is that it goes crispy and golden on top, but remains soft and moist at the bottom. You'll love it!
Warm pillows of pizza dough stuffed with cheese and other savory ingredients, calzone are surprisingly easy to make. We've added sun-dried tomatoes and Swiss chard to the cheese for a calzone that's a meal in itself.
Try serving these traditional English-style scones with butter, Devonshire cream, and jam. From the book "Mad Hungry," by Lucinda Scala Quinn (Artisan Books).
If your butcher can't butterfly the roast for you and time is short, buy a tied loin roast. Separate it into two pieces, spread the filling between the halves, and truss tightly. Garnish with Forelle pears, which are grown chiefly in the Northwest, and fresh herbs.
A gin-based cocktail that’s easy to make and easy to love.
These luscious, extra-porky ribs are based on a recipe Michel Nischan's mother, a talented Southern cook, used to make. "Mom would stand in front of the grill, flipping the ribs and basting them with ham stock every few minutes until they got incredibly tender. It took forever, but it was so worth it," Nischan recalls. This version uses a broiler and a warm oven instead of a grill.
Chef Tim Love rubs meat with a bit of sugar to help brown it but finishes the dish over low heat so the sugar doesn't char the outside. Here, he coats pork chops with cocoa and chile powders for a rub that's like a deconstructed version of Mexican mole sauce.
Using fresh juice will make this ice a beautiful pale green. But who’s got the time or patience? Store-bought juice works just fine. The ice will be more brownish than green but still delicious. Serve it with Apple Tarts.
Ginger beer is a carbonated beverage that tastes like a stronger version of ginger ale. It is made both with and without alcohol.
This Chicken Tamale casserole is a quick and easy swap for more traditional tamales - but just as delicious! "I came up with this Mexican dish to satisfy my cravings for the tamales I had at Mexican restaurants when I was growing up in Houston. Homemade tamale recipes are too time-consuming to prepare for weeknight meals, but I discovered a corn bread mix approximates the flavor." —Risë Minton, Smyrna, GA
Chipotle chile powder gives the crunchy chips a smoky kick that pairs well with the buttery guacamole. Use ground cumin or regular chili powder in its place, if you prefer. Prepare the chips up to a day ahead, and store in a zip-top plastic bag.
This tangy-sweet homemade cranberry sauce is delicious served with turkey, chicken, quail, duck, or ham.
Extend whole eggs with egg whites for a generous serving size. Serve the frittata with fruit and toasted English muffins and jam for an Easter brunch for two.
A variation on the traditional linguine with tuna and tomato sauce, this nutrient-dense dish combines whole wheat pasta with escarole and canned tuna for added health benefits.
Pulled pork is simple to make in the crockpot, and can be used in many ways. This South American-style pork is seasoned with cumin, oregano, orange and lime, garlic, onions and green chiles. It's delicious in tacos, in sandwiches with salsa criolla, or with rice.
This endive and ham gratin with tomato sauce recipe is lower fat version of the classic creamy casserole. Zesty tomato sauce replaces rich bechamel sauce for a main dish that is healthy and not at all overpowering. The combination of hearty flavors finished with a sprinkle of melted Gruyere cheese makes this endive and ham au gratin a winner in the gourmet kitchen every time.
Enjoy the flavors of summer any time of year with this fresh Italian salad that's quick and easy to prepare.
This Gascon vegetable soup is as hearty and simple as a soup can be! This is a true classic from the rustic cooking of the French countryside. This soup is so adaptable; you can use any number of ingredients to change up the flavor and texture according to your personal tastes. Try adding chopped shallots in place of some garlic, or parsnips in place of the potatoes. For an inexpensive treat, add homemade bacon thyme croûtes to the bowl for a filling and old-fashioned finish.
This creamy coconut custard should be made the night before. Sprinkle with cinnamon before serving. We strained the custard before chilling to ensure it would be smooth.
We prefer Maldon sea salt for sprinkling onto this tart. Its large flakes look striking against the glossy chocolate surface, and its crunchy texture contrasts beautifully with the smooth, velvety filling.
Malty Guinness and rich vanilla ice cream: a dreamy, frothy, creamy combination. This milk shake would be perfect for a St. Patrick’s Day celebration or equally delicious sipped poolside in August. For virgin shakes, try our Chocolate Malted Milk Shake or Purple Cow Milk Shake. What to buy: We found that using a can of Guinness instead of a bottle ensures a creamier consistency. This dish was featured as part of our St. Patty’s Day Recipes photo gallery.
If you can't find precut chicken quarters, ask your butcher to quarter a 5-pound chicken and remove the backbone.
Thanks to Aileen for sharing her recipe for Blackberry Bundt Cake. It's one of those recipes that everyone used to make all of the time, but have forgotten about. That's a shame because this cake is very flavorful.
The classic lemon-dill combo is delicious not just on salads but also over boiled potatoes, fish, or grilled chicken. Game plan: If you’re making the dressing ahead of time, add the chopped dill just before serving.
This Summer Tomato Tart is the perfect tomato tart recipe when you have lots of fresh, fragrant tomatoes in the garden. The tomato tart recipe is one of my most requested dishes from family and friends. The tomato tart is made using my Best Ever Tomato Sauce Recipe cooked together with eggs and Parmesan cheese. It makes a delicious and versatile tart. Served warm with a salad it is a perfect supper dish or a light lunch. Cold it goes really well in a lunch box, or a party or picnic food. I like to decorate the tart with salty, canned anchovies and a few black olives, but that's optional.
"Armed with a hefty bag of chard from our first garden, I pulled out my old vegetarian cookbooks and came up with this pasta dish, inspired by Mollie Katzen's Sundays at Moosewood." --Marion Winik
Mild and fleshy mangos are packed with nutrients, vitamins, and antioxidants. Lucky for you, this tropical smoothie combines mangoes with brown sugar, milk, and lime juice to create an island flavor explosion in every sip.
The herbed goat cheese can also be served on hearts of celery or your favorite crisp crackers.
This recipe is from Rota, a city in the province of Cadiz, which is located in the region of Andalucia (Southern Spain). Urta is a kind of snapper that is local to the area. Rota has had an annual Urta Festival for almost 40 years. Try this simple and delicious dish and see why Rota is crazy about it!
Keep these ingredients in your pantry and you’ll be ready to whip up a quick hors d’oeuvre or light meal in no time. What to buy: Look for smoked duck breast in gourmet grocery stores, at your butcher, or online at D’Artagnan. If you have a hard time finding smoked duck, you can substitute cooked bacon, prosciutto, speck, or even smoked salmon.
Tailgate Tip: Just before parking on campus, stop by a grocer's deli counter or the drive-through window of your favorite restaurant for fresh, hot chicken tenders.
Soy sauce, fresh ginger, cilantro, jalapeño peppers, green onions, and Chinese rice wine provide the Asian flavors for this make-ahead chicken dish. The chicken becomes more flavorful after it soaks in the wine marinade overnight.