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These richly flavored chocolate cookies are slightly chewy right after baking, becoming wonderfully tender and velvety in texture after a few days. If you like, you can dust the cooled cookies with more powdered sugar for a festive look.
Here’s a dish with classic autumn flavors: sage, maple and apple. It’s a great alternative to roasting a whole turkey for holiday celebrations. We suggest that you use a carving knife to split each cooked hen through the breast bone and then cut out the backbone so that each hen serves 2, although those with larger appetites may want a whole hen to themselves.
This superb recipe for Cornish hens calls for mildly spicy, aromatic Szechuan pepper, sometimes known as Chinese pepper. If you can’t find it, you can substitute ground pink peppercorns and a pinch of allspice. Ask your butcher to split the hens for you, or do it yourself: With kitchen shears, cut down around each side of the backbone of a hen and remove it, then use a heavy knife to split the breast bone.
An elegant yet simple way to dress up asparagus. Grilled spears are tied together with chives and topped with a flavorful orange vinaigrette.
Baba ghanouj, also called baba ghanoush, is a savory purée of eggplant flavored with tahini, lemon juice and fresh herbs. Eat it with wedges of whole wheat pita bread for dipping or spoon it over roasted meats and vegetables.
Sweet, salty and impressive on the plate, these Spanish-inspired stuffed dates are a cinch to prepare. They're most delicious when very hot, so try to get them to your guests as soon after they come out of the oven as possible.
Serve this creamy dip with thin slices of whole grain bread, crackers and plenty of vegetables for dipping.
Make sure to bring the caponata to room temperature before serving. It's delicious spooned onto bruschetta or pita chips.
Secret Ingredient: Parmigiano Reggiano
These savory crisps are simple and irresistible, made from just two ingredients. If you like spice, add a pinch of cayenne, espelette or freshly cracked black pepper to the mixture before baking. Serve on the side of any crisp green salad or bowl of soup. You can even make these a day or two ahead of time, then store in an airtight container. To learn how to make this recipe, watch the Secret Ingredient cooking show.
Yogurt with live cultures and natural peanut butter form the protein base of this creamy breakfast smoothie. Sweetened with dates and gently spiced with cardamom, we've also added flax seed oil for the benefit of omega 3 fatty acids.
Looking for a sweet, refreshing snack or breakfast? Try this creamy smoothie.
Make this vitamin-rich fruit smoothie for breakfast or an afternoon snack. Substitute frozen cherries or blueberries for the mangoes, if you like.
This straightforward dish lets the flavor of the finishing salt stand out. Experiment with different salts - the simplicity of the dish allows for full appreciation of the salt's delicate flavor. Scrambled eggs make an ideal weeknight supper, coming together quickly and needing no accompaniment other than a green salad.
This stew is hearty, full of warm autumn root vegetables and tender lamb - perfect when paired with a heap of buttered egg noodles and a glass of Chianti. You can make your own lamb rub using the spices in this recipe or purchase packaged lamb dry rub in our meat department.
This is a delicious, classic meat and bean chili made lighter by using turkey instead of ground beef.
This soup provides the perfect balance between spicy, savory and herbal flavors. The Monterey jack cheese and avocado add a slight creaminess. Throw together this easy soup to serve guests who remain after the Thanksgiving holiday!
Besides adding a sweet nutty flavor to dishes, pumpkin is a ready source of vitamin A, which boosts the nutrition content of this offbeat chili. Garnish each portion with a dollop of sour cream and chopped cilantro.
This is good all-around beef chili, with just the right balance of spices and quick enough for a simple family dinner. If desired, lean ground turkey can be substituted for the beef. Serve in bowls topped with grated cheddar cheese and salsa fresca for a festive touch.
Mixed herbs, such as parsley, thyme or chives, add flavor and fragrance to any green salad. Serve this side dish with crumbled goat or blue cheese sprinkled over the top.
For an authentic taste to this classic Greek salad, also called Saláta Horiátiki, use Greek olive oil, Kalamata olives, sheep or goat's milk feta and fresh oregano.