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Simpler Summer Rolls

Everyone’s falling for the beautiful Southeast Asian summer rolls (formerly known as spring rolls) that are offered in many restaurants. ...

by Jerry Traunfeld


Warm Figs Filled with Goat Cheese and Bacon

Although figs ripen in summer, they love wintry herbs like thyme and rosemary, and both herbs flavor the filling for these easy appetizer...

by Jerry Traunfeld


Smoked Salmon Stuffed Eggs

Everyone loves deviled eggs. This version has the two herbs that are synonymous to both eggs and smoked salmon: chives and chervil.

by Jerry Traunfeld


Parsley and Mint Soup

I know, parsley soup sounds strange, but to me, parsley is as much a green vegetable as an herb. Nibble on a leaf; it tastes delightfully...

by Jerry Traunfeld


Green Bean, Basil, and Radish Salad

Fillet beans, the slender green beans that are sometimes called haricots verts or “French beans,” are perfect for this salad, but you can...

by Jerry Traunfeld

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Dilled Celery, Asian Pear, and Hazelnut Salad

This winter salad, pairing the juicy snap of Asian pear and celery, then studded with hazelnuts and laced with dill, gets its inspiration...

by Jerry Traunfeld


Orecchiette with Kale, Pancetta, and Oregano

This is a quick pasta to satisfy cool-weather cravings for greens. I’ve been making it ever since I tasted a similar dish in Rome many ye...

by Jerry Traunfeld


Slow-Roasted Salmon with Spring Herb Sauce

I’ve become a devotee of this method of baking salmon in a very slow oven. It comes out glistening, deeply colored, and slightly transluc...

by Jerry Traunfeld


Roasted Cauliflower with Apple and Dill

No other herb complements cauliflower as well as dill. Rather than steaming or boiling the cauliflower, I roast it in a very hot oven, wh...

by Jerry Traunfeld

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Oven-Braised Forest Mushrooms

Certain types of wild mushrooms that we prepare in the restaurant - like lobster mushrooms and blue chanterelles - require very long cook...

by Jerry Traunfeld


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