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Roasted mushrooms, onions, garlic, spinach, ricotta cheese, spinach and pasta make for a robust, deeply satisfying vegetarian casserole.
The pleasures of cooking for one: Pan-grilled lamb chops with rosemary and Israeli couscous with raisins, cumin and onions.
Equally impressive as a starter or main course, quickly seared sea scallops on a colorful, lively Asian slaw.
A satisfying vegan lunch—Cannellini with Cherry Tomatoes and Rosemary and the easiest, most delicious fresh corn you'll ever make.
Turmeric/Ginger Grilled Pork Chops offer big flavor with very little heat; Grilled Sesame Zucchini is delicious, impressive—and easy!
Tacos made with flavorful marinated flank steak can be topped with a wide range of fresh toppings.
Delicious, hearty Potato, Parsnip and Carrot Soup with sausage and dill, based on childhood memories and perfect for autumnal weather.
Treating chickens more humanely improves the flavor and nutrition of their eggs. But confusing labels make finding the best eggs tricky.
Two Asian inspired dishes—smoky, slightly spicy grilled pork chops and a lively slaw bursting with fresh summer flavors.
Fresh produce, wine, thyme and bacon make rustic One-skillet Chicken with Black-eyed Peas and Cherry Tomatoes complex and delicious.
Potato salad, all grown up: Served warm, Potato Salad with Capers, Shallots and Mustard is sophisticated enough to go with anything.
Hmong Beef with Tomatoes Stir Fry: Tomatoes, cabbage, cilantro and jalapeño peppers give this Southeast Asian stir fry a fresh, lively taste.
A host of traditional Mediterranean flavors come together in quick, delicious Spaghetti with Seafood, Almonds, Capers and Parsley.
Visiting Julia Child's kitchen and a historic lunch counter, eating buffalo and chasing the fojol bros. food truck in Washington, DC.
There are countless variations on seafood bourride, a traditional Mediterranean seafood soup/stew. This one includes Israeli couscous.
Chickpeas with Chorizo and Spinach—a hearty, paprika-powered, Spanish-inspired dish that comes together in just minutes.
Five easy meals for summer, including Pasta Shells with Italian Tuna and Artichokes—only the pasta is cooked in this flavorful dish.
Quick and easy desserts: Cool, creamy Ricotta-Vanilla Cream creates a simple, silky, rich base for inventing your own desserts.
Heat is optional, big flavor isn’t, when sweet, savory and a host of spices get together in Pork Chops with Balsamic Peaches.
Caraway seeds give the classic combination of lamb, rosemary and garlic a pungent, anise-like kick with these Roasted Lamb Ribs.
Linguine with green garlic and shrimp features the subtle, well-mannered taste of green garlic, in season now.
In season now: French breakfast radishes. Crisp, sweet and slightly spicy, they're great in salads or as a classic French snack with butter and salt.
Marinated in cumin, cinnamon, oregano and pomegranate molasses, Middle Eastern-inspired Grilled Goat Kebabs deliver big flavor.
Lively, refreshing Mexican fruit salad—fresh fruit sprinkled with salt, chili powder and lime juice—brings LA street food to the dinner table.
Chicken Salad with Toasted Coconut and Roasted Cashews is a light, lively, modern Chinese take on a summer classic.
Maple-Miso Grilled Chicken raids Asian and North American pantries to produce satisfying, subtle depth while claiming no one nationality.
Fresh English peas are now in season. Barely sautéed, they lend a taste of spring to Fettuccine with Peas and Prosciutto.
Quick to make and hands-on fun to eat, Mussels in Tarragon Cream Sauce make a delicious main course for two or a sociable starter for four.
Fresh mint and a drizzle of curried yogurt give healthy, creamy [but cream-free] Broccoli Mint Soup the vibrant, fresh taste of spring.
Tomato Spinach Mushroom Pizza is full of cancer-fighting ingredients, part of Mele Cotte's Cooking to Combat Cancer round-up.
Braised Chicken with Scallion Purée, served on a base of coarsely puréed scallions and potatoes, is a hearty country dish with a French accent.
Spicy Lemon Maple Salmon fillets have a subtle but lively flavor and just a hint of heat. Finishing them under the broiler caramelizes the glaze.
By keeping a few simple canned ingredients in your pantry, you can have quick, lively Linguine with Red Clam Sauce in under a half an hour.
Hearty pot roast gets big flavor thanks to capers, onions, garlic and anchovies in this traditional dish from the South of France.