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Something different for breakfast: Avocado Toast with Chile Flakes and Crushed Pistachios
3 Takes on Chicken-Matzo Ball Soup
Roasted Pineapple with Honey and Pistachios
Spicy Tofu with Beef and Szechuan Peppercorns
New England-Style Baked Beans. Hearty and delicious.
New England Brown Bread. Steamed in a coffee can, this bread is dark and delicious.
Orange-Scented Olive-Oil Cake with Orange Compote and Chocolate Ganache
Quick New England Fish Chowder
Warm Coconut Rice Pudding with Pistachios. Our new favorite winter dessert.
Creamy Cauliflower Soup with Greens. You're going to want to make this soup!
Clementine Granita. Think of it as a holiday palate cleanser.
Chicken Tinga Tacos. A smoky-sweet tomato sauce makes these chicken tacos an absolute knock-out.
A look at street food in China, including whole roasted birds, stinky tofu and other creepy crawlies!
Salted Caramel Six-Layer Chocolate Cake. This cake is obnoxiously good.
Green Bean Casserole With Crispy Shallots
Crispy Cauliflower with Capers, Raisins, and Breadcrumbs
Forget mashed potatoes. Your Thanksgiving needs this Celery Root, Kohlrabi, and Apple Purée.
Tandoori Turkey: Earthy, exotic Indian spices are a delicious way to dress up a familiar favorite.
The Rye Witch Cocktail and No-Cook Simple Syrup: a decidedly adult treat for Halloween, with a great twist.
Pickled Shrimp. These perky, sharp flavors add an excellent twist to shrimp.
Braised Short Rib, Stout and Potato Potpies. Cozy and comforting for fall.
Gear up for fall cooking with this Braised Fennel.
Gratinéed Tomatoes with Asiago and Fresh Herbs. A beautiful way to use summer tomatoes before they're gone.
Flank Steak with Walnut Pesto. This is just about the best pesto we've ever made!
Chopped Green Bean and Celery Salad with Mustard Vinaigrette. It's fresh, crisp and refreshing.
Peppery Punch. An usual ingredient -- black pepper -- spices up a delicious summer punch.
Scallop Crudo: Elegant, refined and surprisingly simple to make.
Bacon Grease: It's summer's secret weapon. Learn how to store it and how to use it in a late summer succotash.
Poached Nectarines. Poaching can be absolutely transformative for summer fruit like nectarines and peaches.
Burgers with Blue Cheese Mayo and Sherry Vidalia Onions.
Umami Burgers with Port and Stilton. Sprinkled with "umami dust," which may or may not come from Japanese fairies.
Spicy Sriracha-Grilled Tofu
Orange-and-Ale Vinaigrette. This summery vinaigrette is downright delicious.
Beer-Baked White Beans. Forget Baked Beans as you know them. These ale braised beans are absolutely delicious.