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Taylor Bay Scallops with Uni & Mustard Oil

No dish encapsulates the theme of this book better than this one does. It’s the result of inspiration from great ingredients (the sweetes...

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Tuna Tartare with Yuzu & Wasabi

This may come as a surprise: the best-tasting tuna is not colored solid ruby red, but is rippled with white swaths of fat—a fact that has...

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Beef Shabu-Shabu

Shabu-shabu is one of the more popular Japanese dishes and it usually involves boiling thinly-sliced beef in hot water to cook it. Its name comes from the sound that the pot of water makes as you stir the dish, and it's usually cooked and eaten with a group of people for a fun social activity. This Beef Shabu-Shabu recipe takes the popular Japanese food and turns it into a delicious, savory soup. You won't want to go back to your typical shabu-shabu recipe once you taste how delicious this Asian soup turns out to be!

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Jambon de Bayonne, Baby Artichokes and Arugula

I first visited Spain in 1999. Now, the hot list of what to bring back from Spain will depend on who you’re talking to, but if you ask me...

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Quick Miso Chicken

Miso is a seasoning commonly found in Japanese recipes. With this Quick Miso Chicken, a burst of miso flavor and a taste of sweet orange marmalade come together to take a plain chicken breast to the next level. If you're looking for easy chicken breast recipes that the whole family will enjoy, this one's for you - it's quick enough to make any night of the week! This is a great way to incorporate a little Japanese flair to your cooking without venturing too far outside your family's comfort zone.

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Orecchiette with Pesto Rosso

This Orecchiette with Pesto Rosso uses a tomato-based pesto recipe rather than one that requires pine nuts, but this version is actually easier and has a more unique flavor. Orecchiette pasta and savory fish combine to make this one of those easy dinner ideas that's not hard to make, but is still something different than your usual pasta dishes. It has that authentic Italian food taste without making you spend too much time in front of the stove - it cooks up in under an hour!

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Striped Bass with Lemon Zest

Once the TV Food Network invited me, an hour before airtime, to be on the program In Food Today. Sure, I said, no problem. The produ...

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Roasted Miso Salmon with Cubanelle Peppers

What do you imagine chefs keep in their refrigerators? Well, the inside of mine is no centerfold for a decorating magazine; it’s usually ...

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Crushed Potatoes with Parsley & Thyme

An über-side dish! Not only does this simple, neutral potato dish go with just about any entrée, it’s very easy to make—you don’t even h...

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Nutella Sandwiches

On visits to Rome, my family usually stayed with my fathers sister Elena, a nun. Breakfast at the convent was almost always day-old brea...

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Clams with Green Onions, Nori & Sesame

I’ve been eating clams all my life. They were brought home on Fridays for pasta sauce and eaten raw with lemon juice at holiday feasts a...

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Scallops with Beets and Mache

Make this dish if only to pick up a new technique. It’s a good one. Here’s the technique: brown a little butter, then roll the scallops a...

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Bucatini with Summer Vegetables & A Tomato-Anise Broth

Bucatini is a long, thick pasta with a hole through the middle that allows it to pick up more sauce. This Bucatini with Summer Vegetables and A Tomato-Anise Broth is sure to become one of your favorite quick dinner ideas. The sauce is light and, when paired with fresh vegetables like zucchini and tomatoes, helps to make this dish one of those classic summer pasta recipes you'll make again and again.

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Prawns with Handkerchief Pasta

For all the variety of pasta shapes stocked by the average American grocery store, one type I’ve never been able to find here is the squ...

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Char with Pea Sprouts and Forest Mushrooms

People either love or hate mushrooms. Personally, I can’t figure out what there is to hate about them. But somehow, adding vinegar to mu...

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Onion Soubise

Onion soubise is a My Fair Lady of cooking. Long, gentle cooking mellows brash onions into an unrecognizably suave, sweet side dish. The...

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Yam Purée

I don’t know how to improve upon traditional mashed sweet potatoes, so I haven’t tried. This is an unadulterated classic–you might recogn...

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Warm Chocolate Cake

By now, certainly everyone has tried a version of this popular chocolate cake in a restaurant. The exterior is solid yet the interior is ...

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Slow-Cooked Salt-Crust Salmon with Endive

From steadying oyster shells to breaking in new cast-iron pans, salt has an almost endless number of uses in the kitchen. Baking foods in...

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