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  • Recipe: Soy-brined turkey

    Recipe: Soy-brined turkey
      Time: 6 hours, plus 24 hours brining Servings: 12 (with leftovers) Note: To make gravy, remove the turkey and set the roasting pan over two burners on medium heat. Stir 2 tablespoons of flour into 2 cups of cold water; whisk into pan drippings...
  • What's the best match for shrimp with green almond salsa? Condrieu

    What's the best match for shrimp with green almond salsa? Condrieu
    I’ve made Rick Bayless’ recipe for "Shrimp in Simple Green Almond Sauce" from his "Mexico: One Plate at a Time" cookbook a couple of times, but this past weekend I found the perfect match when I opened a bottle of E. Guigal's Condrieu. The...
  • Easy dinner recipes: Dinner on a stick and 25 other great ideas

    Easy dinner recipes: Dinner on a stick and 25 other great ideas
    Can't quite decide what to fix for dinner tonight? Try skewers. Thread something -- almost anything -- on a stick and all of a sudden the food just seems fun. With yakitori, your options are seemingly endless. Food editor Russ Parsons did a piece on...
  • Easy dinner recipes: Choosing zucchini and 3 great recipes

    Easy dinner recipes: Choosing zucchini and 3 great recipes
    While you generally find zucchini in markets year-round, they're naturally a summer squash, and right now is prime season. Check out these tips on buying, along with some recipe ideas -- zucchini is wonderfully versatile in the kitchen and can be used...
  • Easy dinner recipes: 3 great corn dishes (and how to choose the best ears)

    Easy dinner recipes: 3 great corn dishes (and how to choose the best ears)
    Love corn? Sometimes, there's no better way to celebrate summer than with fresh corn. Its peak season is from May to September, and its plump, sweet kernels can be used in so many ways, whether you toss them fresh into salads, steam them or puree corn...
  • Easy dinner recipes: 3 pasta recipes you can make tonight

    Easy dinner recipes: 3 pasta recipes you can make tonight
    Dinner doesn't get much more simple than a bowl of pasta, but why serve it with a plain old red sauce? Get creative with these recipe options. Each features a handful of ingredients, and the dishes come together in 30 minutes or less! Love shrimp? Fresh...
  • Easy dinner recipes: Chicken, chicken ... and more chicken!

    Easy dinner recipes: Chicken, chicken ... and more chicken!
    Why is chicken so popular? Well, it cooks pretty quickly. And depending on the what you buy, it can be both flavorful and diet-friendly. It's versatile -- you can combine it with almost any flavor combination. Perhaps best of all? It's easy. Roast a whole...
  • Recipe: Zucchini and porcini risotto

    Recipe: Zucchini and porcini risotto
    This is based on something I had at Dal Pescatore this summer. It is not one of Nadia Santini's recipes. In fact, after three or four tries at perfecting it, I'd say it's not even close. But it is a nice fall dinner dish and that will have to be good...
  • Jonathan Gold | L.A. restaurant review: Chi Spacca is all about the meat

    Jonathan Gold | L.A. restaurant review: Chi Spacca is all about the meat
    The first time you visit Chi Spacca, you are probably going to want the bistecca fiorentina, a sizzling cliff of meat that weighs in at a stunning 42 ounces, all salt and char and dripping red flesh, rising from the plate in a spectacle that seems...
  • Recipe: Couscous with seven blessed vegetables

    Recipe: Couscous with seven blessed vegetables
    Couscous with seven blessed vegetables Total time: 3 hours, 45 minutes (plus 2½ hours cooking time for the dried chickpeas if using) Servings: 6 Note: This recipe includes vegetables baked with sugar and cinnamon. They can be served as an appetizer for...
  • Critic's Choice: The chef as gardener

    Critic's Choice: The chef as gardener
    How does your garden grow? That's a question that can be posed to a number of restaurants around town. And I'm not just talking old olive oil cans sprouting Genovese basil or flat-leaf Italian parsley. Restaurants are adding giant pots or raised beds...