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Orangettes: Chocolate-Dipped candied orange peel - a delicious, sparkling confection for the holidays
Provencal Seafood Stew: It's fragrant and oh-so-French. Made with saffron, white wine, tomatoes, and Pernod. Best of all, it takes 15 minutes to make, start to finish.
Caviar Spread - So rich and delicious it's hard to stop eating. It's simple and elegant holiday party fare, perfect with champagne.
Chocolate Almond Torte: Nothing but ground chocolate and almonds, held together with egg whites, sugar, and air. It's nubby, light, pure, and spectacular.
Spiced Nuts - fragrant with fresh rosemary. They're sweet, hot, salty and irresistible.
Cranberry Chutney - An easy and flavorful make-ahead condiment to liven up your thanksgiving table.
Soft butter cookies with a tangy/sweet lemon glaze. The perfect marriage of richness and citrus.
Israeli Couscous with Roasted Butternut Squash and Preserved Lemon: An irresistible side dish with grilled meats, or a mouthwatering vegetarian main dish.
Thai Chicken and Coconut Soup (Tom Kha Gai): This warming soup is complex and irresistible, and easier to make than you might think.
Moroccan-Style Chickpeas with Preserved Lemon: Cinammon, coriander, and cumin add to the complex and delectable mix in this savory Moroccan side dish.
Wild Mushroom Soup: Chanterelle and Maitake mushrooms are pureed with leeks, wine, stock, and cream in this rich, earthy soup.
Peanut Butter and Jelly Bars: Velvety, rich peanut bars with a crunchy topping and a silky layer of raspberry jam. Go ahead, feed your inner child.
A Beaver Dam pepper (yes, that's really what it's called) awaits its destiny in a delicious tribute to summer's end: Roasted Tomato and Red Pepper Soup.
Preserved lemons add complexity and depth to tagines, braises, dressings, and marinades. They're simple to make. They're pretty. They make make a great gift for foodie friends.
Green Pozole with Chicken: A hot and hearty Mexican stew topped with a lively assortment of garnishes and finished with a squeeze of lime. You won't regret it.
spicy tomato chutney - serve it on grilled meats, eggs, crackers and cheese, or best of all - grilled cheese sandwiches
Nectarines on their way to topping upside-down cake. Brown sugar, butter, and fruit with a moist and simple white cake. Easy and beautiful.
Minted pea puree sets the stage for sauteed scallops with a sprinkling of pine nuts and prosciutto. Silky, smoky, sweet and salty. Yep. All that and more.
Plums awaiting their fate in a cake pan: soon they will wallow in a silky sweet french custard - plum clafouti