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  • Recipe: Chinese American Thanksgiving turkey with rice and sausage stuffing

    Recipe: Chinese American Thanksgiving turkey with rice and sausage stuffing
      Note: Each year before Thanksgiving, we print our tried-and-true turkey recipes. Each year, however, we also give you something new. The hands-down winner of the year's new turkeys was Ken Hom's steamed turkey stuffed with sausage and glutinous rice...
  • Recipe: Smoky peanut mole (Encacahuetado)

    Recipe: Smoky peanut mole (Encacahuetado)
      Note: There were several recipes under consideration for this issue from New York chef Zarela Martinez, who wrote a cover story in March on Mexican sauces. The consensus choice was this Smoky Peanut Mole that Martinez got from Chicago chef Rick...
  • Recipe: Caramel ice cream sundae with salty peanut caramel sauce

    Recipe: Caramel ice cream sundae with salty peanut caramel sauce
      Note: In our late-summer cover story on ice cream sundaes, Nancy Silverton, co-founder of Los Angeles' Campanile restaurant and La Brea Bakery, gave readers a sense of the thinking that goes into the desserts that make it onto Campanile's menu. She was...
  • Recipe: Quinoa salad with shiitakes, fennel and cashews

    Recipe: Quinoa salad with shiitakes, fennel and cashews
    Total time: 40 minutes Servings: 4 to 6 Note: This recipe calls for a wok. Quinoa is generally available at health food stores as well as at well-stocked supermarkets, including Whole Foods stores. 2 cups quinoa 1 quart water Salt 1/4 cup peanut oil...
  • Recipe: Plantain empanadas with crema

    Recipe: Plantain empanadas with crema
      Total time: 2 hours, plus cooling time Servings: Makes 30 empanadas Note: Adapted from a Border Grill recipe. The plantains should be mostly brown with only a little yellow; plantains with any green on them will not be sweet. 6 very ripe plantains,...
  • Paletas: Icy, spicy, cool

    Paletas: Icy, spicy, cool
    SUMMERTIME is paleta time. These Mexican ice pops -- chock-full of chunks of fresh fruit and available in a hypnotizing array of colors and clear, not-too-sweet flavors -- conjure images of hot afternoons in the park, time spent on a bench under a shady...
  • Recipe: Salmon skewers with tamarind sauce

    Recipe: Salmon skewers with tamarind sauce
    Total time: 1 hour, 10 minutes Servings: 6 to 8 Note: Adapted from "The Soul of a New Cuisine: A Discovery of the Foods and Flavors of Africa" by Marcus Samuelsson. See the accompanying recipe for tamarind liquid. Or you can use canned "fresh tamarind...
  • Food and the FDA

    Food and the FDA
    Even the food industry has come to agree: This country must reform its ineffective food safety system. Beef, peanuts, salsa -- over the last year alone, the American public has been given reason after reason to lose confidence in the food, imported and...
  • Who's watching what we eat?

    Who's watching what we eat?
    The federal agencies that are supposed to safeguard the nation's food have long resisted calls, including those from us, for merging into a single food authority. Amid the peanut-product salmonella outbreak, though, it's hard to imagine how their...
  • Recipe: Thai peanut chicken wings

    Recipe: Thai peanut chicken wings
      Thai peanut chicken wings Total time: About 1 hour, plus marinating and cooling times Servings: 8 to 10 Marinade Zest of 3 Key limes 1/2 cup Key lime juice 1/4 cup water 1 small onion, chopped 2 cloves garlic 1 teaspoon vanilla extract...
  • Food allergies are nothing to laugh about

    Food allergies are nothing to laugh about
    Questions remain about the causes and recent increases in the number of children and adults with food allergies. The fact that such allergies are very common in the United States, Canada, Europe and other industrialized countries around the world,...