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In the fall, as the rains come, the ground dampens, and the leaves fall, the farmers’ markets start brimming with wild mushrooms. I bring home a bagful, clean and chop them, and then sauté them in butter or olive oil. I first made … Read More
Roasted chestnuts are a winter’s treat. Although peeling 2 pounds of chestnuts seems tedious, it can be done up to 2 weeks in advance. The peeled roasted chestnuts can be frozen, and then thawed at room temperature for 1 hour before … Read More
With all the cooking you’ll be doing, save yourself some time and buy the packaged, pre-washed and trimmed baby spinach. The greens stay fresh for several days in the refrigerator.
I prefer the taste of … Read More
ApplesUseful for absorbing salt in soups and stews.
Salting to taste is one thing, but it is possible to overdo it. When you find yourself getting heavy-handed with the saltshaker, simply drop a few apple (or potato) wedges in your pot. … Read More
Appetizer: Over-Stuffed OnionsThe mild, sweet onion varieties, like Vidaliaand Walla Walla, are ideal in this dish, where they are stuffed with Parmesan cheese and bread crumbs.Get the recipe
Chickpeas and couscous combine to give this low-calorie dish a high protein score.Get the Couscous-Stuffed Peppers recipe
Claire Robinson’s Cornbread Dressing’When it comes to Thanksgiving, it’s all about the dressing. That’s why I had to make sure that my five-ingredient version was as spectacular as the dressings that traditionally fill my plate every year. … Read More
Count your blessings, we’re told, but it’s just not in our nature. We’d rather count our problems. Our species survived by reacting instantly to threats, and the ancient humans who stopped to smell the roses made easier targets for … Read More
A no-fuss side dish is great when entertaining. The asparagus is cooked and chilled in advance, then stands at room temperature in the marinade while I visit and prepare the rest of the meal.
— Janice Connelley, Mountain City, … Read More