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  • Easy dinner recipes: Great summer slaws in 40 minutes or less

    Easy dinner recipes: Great summer slaws in 40 minutes or less
    Crisp, cool slaw should be the official salad of summer. Bright and refreshing, it's the dish to turn to as the weather turns hot. Made with just a few ingredients, slaws are straightforward and simple. And they're fast and easy to assemble -- no...
  • Recipe Exchange: Chickweed Pie

    FOUND William Woys Weaver, author of "Pennsylvania Dutch Country Cooking," provided a Chickweed Pie recipe for Christel Boyd of Kempton. This recipe is in his book. CHICKWEED PIE 3 cups finely chopped chickweed 1 cup diced slab bacon 1/2 cup finely...
  • Easy dinner recipes: Egg salad and more sandwiches in 30 minutes or less

    Easy dinner recipes: Egg salad and more sandwiches in 30 minutes or less
    When you need dinner fast, you can't beat a good sandwich. Stuff your favorite filling between two slices of bread and you're set. And because they're portable, you can grab and go on a busy weeknight. Check out these tempting recipe ideas: Egg salad...
  • Yellow curry, green curry -- what's the difference?

    Yellow curry, green curry -- what's the difference?
    Q: Can you explain the difference between traditional yellow curry and the more rare green curry... and what makes them taste distinctly different? Inquiring minds wanna know! —Brent Arms, Columbus, Ohio A: Good to hear from you, my friend. I...
  • Dressing up extra-lean pork

    Pork tenderloin is as lean as skinless chicken breast and sometimes just as bland. The trick is to gussy it up. This recipe for spinach- and basil-stuffed pork tenderloin rolls up fresh spinach and basil and pairs it with canned tomatoes for ease of...
  • Preserved lemons make any dish special

    If you close your eyes, you can imagine you are wending your way through the crowded streets of the casbah, with the camels and the open-air markets and the heady aroma of tagines cooking over charcoal fires. A bite of preserved lemon can do that to you,...
  • Ready to update that picnic salad?

    Summertime is high season for eating outdoors; weekend plans will soon be filled with cookouts, backyard parties and picnics. That often means bringing a dish, usually a dessert or salad, to go with the host's main course. With salads, the lineup is...
  • Easy dinner ideas: Hearty quinoa ideas for Gluten-Free Wednesday

    Easy dinner ideas: Hearty quinoa ideas for Gluten-Free Wednesday
    Love quinoa? When you're looking for a wheat-free alternative this Gluten-Free Wednesday, quinoa is a winner. A South American grain-like crop, quinoa has come to be recognized as a nutrient-dense superfood. The seeds, or "grains" (quinoa is not a true...
  • Vegetables? That's amore

    Vegetables? That's amore
    Ask an Italian cook about tomatoes, and talk may turn to the importance of using Romas (maybe you call them plums) rather than beefsteaks when making a sauce. Or which tomatoes are salad appropriate. Or how they should be stored. Sometimes those cooks...
  • Conquering crabcakes

    Conquering crabcakes
    Consider the grumbly curmudgeon, the grousing malcontent, the great whingeing grump. In short, consider the crab. How can this embodiment of moods most foul produce the sublime magnificence of the crabcake? Today, we find out. Why you need to learn this...
  • THE KITCHN: Lamb Meatballs with Egg and Lemon Sauce

    TheKitchn.com Behold, a bright and sunny main dish that's perfect for any spring dinner! These tender and flavorful meatballs, napped in a tangy, lemony sauce, have roots in both early Roman and Sephardic cuisines. Both cuisines have dishes of meat or...