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Calamars a la Provencal

A more French approach to calamari created by Cafe Campagne’s chef/owner Daisley Gordon....

Coq Au Vin 

A classic French stew. Bone-in, skin-on chicken thighs are king in this version. The sauce that’s created while the chicken cooks is incredible....

Panna Cotta with Citrus Caramel

A winter panna cotta with citrus caramel, the epitome of New American cuisine: French and Italian inspiration with a fresh American bend....

Celery Root, Stalk, and Leaf Salad with Creamy Tarragon Dressing

Thinly sliced and tossed into salads, celery root recalls the citrusy, ever-so-slightly bitter flavor of celery stalks with an added layer of earthy sweetness. Include celery root, stalk, leaf, and sometimes salt to give a dish an intense, complex celery flavor....

Celery Root and Pear Gratin

A celery root gratin is a great match for roast meats and makes an unexpected addition to a holiday table — especially if you include a sliced apple or pear....

Farro Salad with Beets and Tops

Can be prepped ahead on a Sunday, then packed for lunches for the busy week ahead, or served up over greens for a simple, delicious dinner....

Summer’s-End Salads

Say good-bye to summer with make-ahead salads that pack in the end-of-summer produce....

Nectarine and Shiso Soup

Chef Bruce Naftaly takes one of late summer’s most beloved sweet stone fruits and gives it an edge....

Lisa’s Low Country Shrimp & Grits 

Recipe by chef Lisa Dupar of Low Country Shrimp & Grits, you should be able to throw down with anyone using this shrimp and grits recipe....

Triple Berry Teff Crisp

A vibrant gluten-free summery dessert, this super jammy crisp comes together quickly and is sure to be the star of your next outdoor gathering. ...

Raspberry and Hazelnut Flan

This version of British flan features a whisked hazelnut sponge with a light, mascarpone cream and glazed raspberries. Plus, the hazelnuts provide a warm, earthy resonance, against which the bright notes of the raspberries really sing....

Ahi Poke Bowl 

This recipe includes a fresh ponzu dressing to drizzle over the veggies. Refreshing and filling, this dish is a perfect summer meal....

Soft, Salted-Rye Chocolate Chip Skillet Cookie

There’s something about baking a skillet cookie that beckons, "Pull up a chair, and pull out a spoon!" For that reason, this is a great recipe to make if you’re having friends or family over for dinner and you want a simple, humble, yet delicious dessert that everyone can either...

Green Goddess Bowl

Tarragon is the secret ingredient to the best Green Goddess dressing, giving it a unique and complex flavor. Here, it's served with the best of early summer produce....

Spring Nettle Soup with Tarragon

Luxurious and vibrant green, this can be made with nutritious nettles or baby spinach. Keep it vegan and add a drizzle of truffle oil, or swirl in yogurt for extra richness....

Asparagus, Mushroom, and Tarragon Lasagne

The delicate creaminess of dairy showcases that bright, clean, asparagus taste like nothing else, while asparagus’s earthy qualities make mushrooms a perfect pairing....

Tacu Tacu

Tacu Tacu con Picante de Conchas is comprised of two main ingredients: rice and beans (frijoles). Chef Raymond Southern likens it to a good diner-style hash....

Dover Sole with Spring Leeks, New Potatoes, Meyer Lemon & Dill Oil

Here is a simple, healthy, sheet-pan dinner that features the beautiful light-green and white rings of spring leeks and freshly dug-up, thin-skinned new potatoes. Meyer lemon and dill oil work together to add vibrancy to the dish, giving it a lovely brightness....

Ginger Miso Salmon with Spring Peas and Snap Peas

This Japanese-inspired dinner is perfect for busy weeknights when time is short. The salmon can be marinated ahead of time for an even speedier supper, and the peas cook just as fast as the salmon, making them ideal partners....

Roasted Zaatar Chicken with Broccolini and Spring Green Tahini Sauce

Here, the chicken (or tofu) is liberally seasoned with zaatar, then gets roasted alongside broccolini in the oven. But really, if I'm being totally upfront, the star of the dish is the very addicting Spring Green Tahini Sauce. You will love it so much that you will want to marry...

Entomatadas Con Cangrejo

“Entomatadas” translates to “enchiladas made with tomato sauce” and “cangrejo” translates to “crab.” Recipe courtesy of chef Gabriel Chávez....

Stir-Fried Breakfast Buckwheat with Bacon and Scallions

Much like rice, buckwheat can get very sticky when cooked, so I use an old-fashioned trick here that my husband learned during his travels in Poland: Coat the grains with egg before cooking them, to create a bit of a seal. The result is a perfectly chewy, flavor-packed stir fry...

Buckwheat Crepes with Honeyed Ricotta and Roasted Strawberries

I love a filling that relies on the flavor of the fruit (and a little honey) rather than loads of added sugar. Leftover roasted berries are great on top of oatmeal or yogurt — or all on their own with a little whipped cream; sometimes I double the batch for...

Black Rice Salad with Green Apple and Edamame

The chewy, protein-rich edamame plays well with the tart, crisp apple and briny olives, and you should be able to find most of the ingredients at your neighborhood grocery store....

Sausages, Tomatoes, Peppers, and Potatoes in Padella

Sliced potatoes gently sautéed in olive oil, brightened with the piquant flavors of garlic and peppers, and accompanied by chunks of Italian sausage to create an easily scalable one-skillet meal....

Potato, Bleu Cheese, Caramelized Onion, and Hazelnut Crostata

This tasty vegetarian pie is easy enough to make for a family supper, but spectacular enough to be a dinner party showstopper. Bleu cheese and hazelnuts, onions and sage — these two flavor pairings always work well, brought together in perfect harmony by sweet ricotta and topped with a lid...

Traditional British Fish Pie

Like its cousin, the shepherd’s pie, a British fish pie is a comforting, homely affair of savory stew, topped with a billowy quilt of cheese-gilded mashed potato — though made with fish cooked in a creamy sauce....

Chicken Laksa

This coconut curry noodle soup hails from Malaysia and is made with flavorful laksa paste, a blend of lemon grass, ginger, galangal, kaffir lime leaves, and chilies. The warming coconut broth is the perfect vehicle for rice noodles and your choice of chicken, shrimp, or tofu....

Moroccan Carrot Soup

This cozy soup is infused with warming ginger and cinnamon. Orange juice adds an unexpected brightness, while cayenne kicks up the heat....

Mexican Minestrone 

This simple, humble, rice and bean soup is made easy with the use of basic pantry ingredients. Keep it vegan or add meat. Infused with Mexican spices, the earthy soup comes alive with zesty lime, fresh cilantro, and spicy jalapeño. ...

Spicy Miso Ramen with Chili Roasted Salmon

This quick-and-easy meal is bursting with flavor. The addition of miso makes the broth not only simple to make, but gives it great flavor and depth. This version is lightened up with salmon instead of pork and heated up with chili paste....

Muhammara Dip

This brightly hued, roasted red pepper dip hails from Syria, and its signature ingredient is sweet and tangy pomegranate molasses....

Dark Chocolate Gingerbread Scones

With a deep, dark flavor, thanks to the maple syrup, brown sugar, and molasses, these scones are an easy fit for the holiday morning table....

Coffee and Walnut Cake

This Brit was somewhat bemused when she first arrived in the U.S. and was offered a slice of "coffee cake"...

Quick Braised Lentils with Blistered Tomatoes and Kale

The last of summer tomatoes enliven this dish and, when blistered, add sweetness and brightness. Fall kale is plentiful this time of year, and pairs well with earthy lentils and crumbled goat cheese. To save time with this recipe, buy pre-cooked lentils, which can be found at many upscale markets....

Quick Chickpea Biryani

Biryani is a fragrant and flavorful rice dish hailing from India, and varies greatly from region to region. This version is vegan and features chickpeas as the protein, minimizing the cooking time significantly....

Roasted Cauliflower Pasta with Parsley and Toasted Walnuts

Together with the toasted walnuts, this fall inspired dish boasts more cauliflower than actual pasta, making it a healthy, veggie-forward meal. Feel free to substitute or include other vegetables like roasted broccoli, peppers, or root vegetables to the mix....

Lentil Salad with Roasted Carrots and Labneh

The earthy taste of lentils goes perfectly with the earthiness of root vegetables. Carrots, roasted to a caramel sweetness, seem to be a particularly felicitous match....

Prawn Dhansak

The red lentils in this dish cook down to a mush, though you could add more robust lentils for a bit of a bite. Anglo-Indian restaurants often use canned pineapple to add sweetness, but butternut squash or pumpkin is more usual in Indian recipes, and it lends an extra creamy...

Italian Tomato, Lentil, and Bacon Soup

I couldn’t get enough of this soup the first time my Italian zia lifted a big pot of it from her stove, and it is still one of my family’s favorite suppers — rich, filling, and tasty enough to satisfy the heartiest of appetites and, if served with a loaf...

Chilled Shrimp Salad

This flavorful recipe is from Mike Whisenhunt, chef at Brimmer & Heeltap....

Spelt Berry Salad with Honey-Thyme Apples and Pecans

A colorful, flavor-packed salad boasting all the best this season has to offer, this is a great fall picnic or potluck candidate. If you can remember, soak the spelt berries overnight to speed up cook time; if you forget, you’ll simply want to let them cook an additional 15–20 minutes,...

Sheet Pan Harissa Chicken and Sweet Potatoes

This dish takes just 10 minutes of hands-on time before going into the oven to bake. Mildly spicy and smoky, the quick harissa marinade is easy and simple — just stir it up in a bowl....

Pumpkin Spelt Loaf with Pepita Streusel

Whole-grain loaves can often be sturdy and squatty, but this fall beauty is almost stately in stature, with a light crumb and subtle kiss of spice. While I love grinding down pepitas to use in the batter, you can certainly use almond or hazelnut meal if you prefer....

Rustic Rosemary Cornmeal Tart with Wild Blackberries

The recipe has grown up with me and reflects my fondness for herbs with sweets and my propensity to add the crunchy, nuttiness of cornmeal everywhere I can! Make one big tart or individual galettes, and serve warm with vanilla bean ice cream for dessert. If there are leftovers, have...

Halibut with Summer Vegetables, Dashi & Curry Oil

You can’t go wrong with a bowl of fresh halibut and summer vegetables in a light dashi broth. Dustin Ronspies (Art of the Table) recommends pairing this dish with a dry Riesling from Wichmann Dundee Estate in Willamette Valley, Oregon....

Strawberry and Lemon Balm Drizzle Cake

Lemon balm has long been used for medicinal purposes — hence the name — so this cake is practically health food. That’s my story anyway....

Straight-up Strawberry Ice Pops

Fannie’s Ice Pops makes “fun on a stick” — frozen summertime treats that are vegan, gluten-free, all natural, and feature local, organic ingredients whenever possible....

Strawberry Elderflower Tiramisu

This flowery, fruity dessert can be made ahead and stored in the fridge. It features fresh local strawberries....

Blueberry Mint Swirl Popsicles

Summer isn’t summer without popsicles. This recipe is a riff off the classic mojito combination of mint, lime, and brown sugar....

Thai-Style Crab, Mushroom, and Pumpkin Curry

Adding fresh Thai herbs to commercial curry paste and canned coconut milk really lifts this dish to another level, while the inclusion of sweet pumpkin and earthy mushrooms makes this dish rich and satisfying enough for the darkest winter evening....

Winter Crab Salad with Orange Miso Dressing

Eating salad in January can seem a bit of a chore, but this zesty winter salad is packed with more than enough flavor to enliven even those tastebuds dulled by a surfeit of cookies and eggnog....

Black Bean and Beet Burgers

When you grate beets and mix them with black beans, something interesting happens: the mixture looks a whole lot like raw hamburger. Grated cheese is tucked inside the patties, “Juicy Lucy” style. While the patties cook, the cheese oozes from the inside out and forms a savory crust....

Emerald Forest Cake

At this time of year, a trip to the farmers market yields slim pickings for the seasonal cake baker, and for a time, this seasonal cake-recipe writer was similarly lacking in inspiration, until I turned my attention to all the wonderful local products in our store cupboards and freezers. As...

Grapefruit & Fennel Salad

A simple, refreshing salad with bright zesty flavors. Juicy grapefruit and crunchy shaved fennel are arranged overtop a bed of vibrant butter lettuce....

French Toast Muffins

Serve these pretty French toast muffins as a starter, as part of the main course, or as a sweet ending to your special gathering. They are easy to make and can be made with most any fresh berry. Assemble before your guests arrive, and place them in the...

Strawberry Chamomile Bellini

As your guests arrive, hand them a refreshing champagne cocktail, made with fresh strawberries and a whisper of chamomile, the perfect starter to your spring gathering....

Caramel-Poached Pears with Chocolate Caramel Cream and Toasted Hazelnut Sables

The flavors, temperatures, and textures of this dessert demand the diner’s attention: buttery, melt-in-your-mouth cookies with crunchy edges; sweetly yielding, slightly warm caramelized pears; and frozen chocolate cream, light as a cloud. Each of the components is quite straightforward and comes together easily....