Marsala Cipollini Onions

Active Time: 15 MINTotal Time45 MIN Yield: Serves : 4 At Tavernetta in Denver, chef Ian Wortham tops grilled lamb steak with cipollini onions caramelized in Marsala wine for a stunning, mostly make-ahead main course. The sweet-and-sourness of the onions plays beautifully against the richness of the lamb, and also goes well with turkey, roast chicken, and beef. Ingredients 2 […]

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Side Dishes to Make While the Turkey's Cooking

Grill-Roasted Vegetables with Pine Nut Pesto Quintessential fall vegetables—brussels sprouts, parsnips, butternut squash and carrots—get cooked on the grill, then tossed in a cheesy pine nut pesto. Green Salad with Nutty Vinaigrette This simple salad has a nicely nutty dressing made with both walnut and hazelnut oils. Smoky Seafood Cocktails Here, Grace Parisi revamps the classic shrimp-cocktail recipe by including […]

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Don’t Love Cabbage? You’re Probably Cooking It Wrong

If all you know of cabbage is a soggy slaw, we are sorry. While shards of crunchy cabbage, coated in a silky mayonnaise-and-vinegar dressing is a uniquely wonderful experience (when it’s made correctly and not weighted down with unnecessary ingredients), that’s the tip of the iceberg in the world of everything delicious cabbage can be. Easy never tasted so awesome. […]

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Salted Carmel Chicken Wings Sauce

Chef’s Note “Yes, it’s an odd sounding flavor for wings, but honestly amazing. ” READY IN: 23mins YIELD: 30 Wings worth UNITS: US IngredientsNutrition 1 cupwhite sugar 1 cupwater 1 teaspoonvanilla extract 1 tablespoonsoy sauce 1 tablespoonlime juice 1⁄4 cuphoisin sauce 1⁄4 cupheavy cream kosher salt (to taste) Directions Add sugar, vanilla and water to a pot and boil over medium […]

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27 Ways to Use Old Bay Seasoning

If you’ve had good seafood, then you’ve probably had Old Bay — we don’t make the rules, that’s just how things are. Although the spice blend hails from Maryland, Old Bay is beloved in the Mid-Atlantic, the South, and throughout parts of New England and the Gulf Coast. It’s still kicking after 80 years in business, and its potential goes […]

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Dinner Tonight: Honey-Soy Glazed Salmon with Bok Choy Recipe

The term teriyaki literally translates to “glazed grilled”, referring not to the sweet sauce you see on grocery store shelves, but to the cooking method of grilling or broiling with a sauce made of soy sauce and mirin (a sweet rice-based wine). The mouthwatering glaze created from the caramelizing sugars is an essential part of the preparation. Still, despite any […]

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New Orleans–Style Red Beans and Rice Recipe

[Photographs and video: J. Kenji López-Alt] New Orleans–style red beans and rice is mind-bendingly delicious. Smoky, spicy, hearty, and supremely comforting. But, for a dish so complex in flavor, the preparation and ingredient list are pretty simple: a few vegetables to start, a handful of common pantry spices, a couple of fresh herbs, some chunks of pork, some sausage, and […]

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Winter Squash Frittata

Photo by Alex Lau This frittata could be made in 15 minutes, but Cortney Burns, who developed this recipe, intentionally takes much longer. She cooks the eggs over a low flame, folding the curds over themselves again and again in the skillet to create soft layers like those found in Japanese-style omelets. The low oven she finishes the eggs in […]

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Sicilian Pizza With Pepperoni and Spicy Tomato Sauce Recipe

A spicy, cheesy, well-risen square pizza with crispy chalices of pepperoni. [Photographs: J. Kenji López-Alt] The Spicy Spring from Prince Street Pizza, with its thick, olive oil–infused crust; spicy tomato sauce; mozzarella and Pecorino Romano cheese; and crisp-edged pepperoni, is an insanely good pizza with only one real problem: It doesn’t exist anywhere else. No longer. Here’s how to make […]

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DIY Sour Mix Recipe

[Photograph: Liam Boylan] The true beauty of making this mix is having a fresh, versatile, and easy cocktail mixer for parties. There’s no reason to buy sour mix when in 10 minutes you could hand-make something that’s infinitely more delicious. Notes:If you’d like to use oranges, grapefruits, or agave nectar, keep in mind that they are sweeter than the ingredients […]

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