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  • Thanksgiving Test kitchen bonus: Turkey & Green Chili Enchiladas

    Thanksgiving Test kitchen bonus: Turkey & Green Chili Enchiladas
    America’s Test Kitchen’s latest cookbook, "The Make Ahead Cook," includes a recipe for a creative and bold second-day meal, Turkey and Green Chili Enchiladas. "To give our turkey leftovers a bold makeover, we looked south of the border to...
  • Test Kitchen recipe: Quick Chicken Soup with Orzo

    Chilly weather screams for soup. This Quick Chicken Soup with Orzo is just all around easy to make and comforting. Serve with some nice crusty bread, perhaps a side salad and dinner is served. Most soups take minimal effort and can be ready in a jiffy....
  • Cook's Corner: Thanksgiving leftover ideas will tempt for weeks

    One of the greatest side benefits of the Thanksgiving feast is the bounty of leftovers. Then again, after that first post-meal sandwich, leftovers can haunt. To help, three recipes, a plan-ahead for Hanukkah and a latte to wash it down: I riffed off a...
  • Easy dinner recipes: 3 citrus salads keep it light for Meatless Monday

    Easy dinner recipes: 3 citrus salads keep it light for Meatless Monday
    Dinner doesn't get much easier than a basic salad, but why not dress it up with bright, fresh citrus? Slices of sweet tangerines or rich pink grapefruit, or segments of vibrant blood orange, can add just the right tang to a salad, not to mention added...
  • From Republic: Beets And Goat Cheese And A Rosemary Pear Martini

    From Republic: Beets And Goat Cheese And A Rosemary Pear Martini
    The fun of this salad from Republic is the creative possibility for presentation, and sparkling wine adds a festive touch to a martini. See the entire series, with video instruction, at courant.com/holidayhelp. Beets and goat cheese, a classic...
  • Thanksgiving recipe video and tips: Toast spices and nuts for flavor (and a recipe)

    Thanksgiving recipe video and tips: Toast spices and nuts for flavor (and a recipe)
    When you want to add a little extra depth to a recipe, consider toasting the nuts or spices before adding them to a dish. Toasting helps to release the flavor and oils in the spices and nuts, lending depth and wonderfully rich flavor to a dish. Toast...
  • Mario Batali: Vegetable Caponata on Sweet Potato Crisps

    Mario Batali: Vegetable Caponata on Sweet Potato Crisps
    One of the most memorable dishes I ever tasted during autumn was a caponata from Sicily I had decades ago. To replicate the dichotomy of sweet and sour flavors I fell so deeply in love with, I've paired my Vegetable Caponata with Sweet Potato Crisps as my...
  • The Kitchn: Chicken Tikka Masala, surprisingly easy to make

    The Kitchn: Chicken Tikka Masala, surprisingly easy to make
    TheKitchn.com I didn't think chicken tikka masala could really get much better, but then I remembered my fall season best friend: the slow cooker. This is a curry dish that benefits from a nice, long simmer anyway, so why not let that happen while I'm...
  • The Kitchn: How to bake rugelach

    The Kitchn: How to bake rugelach
    TheKitchn.com There is no resisting rugelach, no matter how nubbly or imperfectly rolled. They're buttery, flaky, and just the right amount of sweet. You can fill them with anything from ground nuts and honey to peanut butter and chocolate -- the only...
  • Many ways to cook squash: Take the journey

    Many ways to cook squash: Take the journey
    In cooking, as in so many other things, every journey starts with a first step. Choose well and you're halfway to your destination. Choose badly and you may wind up stumbling. Think about how you cook winter squash, for example. Almost reflexively, when...
  • Utica greens: A regional Italian-American gem that transforms escarole

     Utica greens: A regional Italian-American gem that transforms escarole
    The melting pot, once a staple of the social-studies classroom, has been retired. And a good thing too. Our regional cuisines, stewed together, would yield a mess. Better to dine at the Great Smorgasbord. To wit: Utica greens. Menus in Utica, N.Y.,...