If it looks good at the market, it will be good in this salad.
Author: Andrew Knowlton
This is a light pasta dish with plenty of shrimp, garlic, and lemon. I have reduced the amount of lemon and salt from the original recipe to suit my DBF's...
Author: Gina Marie Miraglia Eriquez
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Cicoria is a standard cooked green on menus all over Italy-it has a pleasing bitterness that's offset by the richness of the oil it's sautéed in. Sadly,...
Author: Tom Seawell
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Author: Julia Turshen
Throughout the South this humble dish of "peas" and rice is eaten on New Year's Day for good luck, with a plate of greens, cooked with a hog jowl and plenty...
Author: John Martin Taylor
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Author: Marla Share
Known as wheaten bread in some parts of Ireland, this version of soda bread incorporates whole-wheat flour for a heartier crumb. Buttermilk adds a pleasant...
Author: Betty Rosbottom
Author: Kristine Kidd
This was my first time cooking purple sprouting broccoli (it came in my CSA box) and it turned out delicious. You can eat the entire vegetable, I just...
Tart kiwi and sweet blueberries make a unique salsa to dress your basic pork loin. This is a leaner cut of pork, so be sure not to overcook it; you can...
Author: Drew Ramsey, M.D.
Roast potatoes and brussels sprouts to dip into this perfect St. Patrick's Day appetizer.
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