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  • Grand Lux Cafe Cajun Chicken & Shrimp Jambalaya

    Grand Lux Cafe Cajun Chicken & Shrimp Jambalaya
    Ingredients: • 2 fz. Olive Oil • 1 lb. Boneless/Skinless Chicken Breasts, cut into 1" pieces • 1 Tbl. Cajun Spice Blend • 1 Tbl. All-Purpose Flour* • 6 oz. Red, Yellow, Green Peppers, cut into thin strips • 6 oz. Red Onions, cut into thin strips • 1/2 lb....
  • Recipe: Mixed berry crostata

    Recipe: Mixed berry crostata
    Total time: 50 minutes, plus chilling and cooling time Servings: 6 Note: This crostata dough is adapted from one by Nancy Silverton of Mozza. Crostata dough 1 1/2 cups all-purpose flour 3/4 cup cake flour 3 tablespoons granulated sugar Dash of...
  • Recipe: Rosemary pine nut cookies

    Recipe: Rosemary pine nut cookies
    Total time: 2 hours, 10 minutes, plus chilling time Servings: Makes about 5 dozen cookies Note: From chef-co-owner Nancy Silverton and pastry chef Dahlia Narvaez of Mozza in Hollywood. You will need a 1 1/4-inch round cookie cutter. 1 cup pine nuts,...
  • For precise cooking, get on the kitchen scale

    For precise cooking, get on the kitchen scale
    I didn't wake up one morning wanting to be a scale evangelist, honest. The urge grew gradually. But now, as America's kitchens fill with useless gadgets -- mango slicers, slider molds, cherry pitters, egg separators (what happened to hands?!) -- but still...
  • Recipe: Lemon meringue tart with champagne vinegar sauce

    Recipe: Lemon meringue tart with champagne vinegar sauce
      Note: We love pies. We publish pie recipes throughout the year, and we devoted two covers to pies and pie-making. But the pie of the year, we all agree, was Nancy Silverton's lemon meringue tart from her book "The Food of Campanile" (Villard, $35),...
  • Recipe: Border Grill's Vegetarian Torta

    Recipe: Border Grill's Vegetarian Torta
      Note: Another recipe from the vegetarian issue. This one looks like an awful lot of work for a sandwich, but it's worth every minute. The rolls are crisp and delicious and absolutely unlike anything you can buy in a bakery, and the finished sandwich is...
  • Bake 'n swap

    Bake 'n swap
    Santa has always had a monopoly on the good cookies. But it took Julia Usher a while to ponder the bigger issue: Why should the winter holidays get all the gingerbread? And why should something as deliciously fun as a cookie exchange be relegated to...
  • Indian breads: Flat-out fabulous

    Indian breads: Flat-out fabulous
    Indian breads, collectively called rotis, have become extremely popular restaurant items in the U.S. They are eminently doable at home as well. The breads as we know them here are from central and northern India, where mostly wheat is grown. In those...
  • Recipe: Grissini (breadsticks)

    Recipe: Grissini (breadsticks)
      Total time: 55 minutes, plus rising time Servings: Makes 4 dozen breadsticks Note: Grissini are easy to flavor: Add 1 tablespoon finely chopped fresh rosemary to the dough. Or add freshly cracked black pepper, thyme, caraway or other spices or herbs....
  • Campoy recipe: Grandma Jolly's Rhubarb Meringue Tarts

    Grandma Jolly's Rhubarb Meringue Tarts A family favorite from Susan Campoy's childhood, these tarts were often served at Julienne, the San Marino bistro she opened in 1985. "Rich yet delicate crusts are filled with a rosy, sweet-tart rhubarb filling...
  • Christmas spirit by the slice

    Christmas spirit by the slice
    Stroll into my kitchen this holiday season and you'll smell the rich aromas of cinnamon, cardamom, melting chocolate and toasting nuts. Busy making dozens of festive cookies, most would presume. Nope. Instead, I'm carrying on my family's tradition of...