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Mexican Chicken Soup with Tortillas

Every country in the world must have its own favorite chicken soup, and this one represents the Mexican contingent. It’s chunky with corn...

by Leslie Revsin


Chopped Cobb Salad with Roquefort Dressing

Here are the basic elements of the famous Cobb salad, put together in a slightly different way. Instead of crumbled blue cheese as a com...

by Leslie Revsin


Chicken Breasts with Pancetta and Sage

Boneless chicken breasts are wrapped in thin slices of pancetta, the Italian unsmoked bacon, with sage leaves tucked in between. Then th...

by Leslie Revsin


Tuna, Sun-Dried Tomato, and White Bean Salad

Salads like this one often grace the antipasti table at Italy’s trattorias, where it is served as an appetizing first course. The beans ...

by Leslie Revsin


Spiced Lamb with Dried Cherries in Acorn Squash

Inspired by the flavors of the Middle East, this meal comes in its own edible container. Acorn squash takes time to cook through. If you...

by Leslie Revsin

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Baked Shrimp with Scallions, Tomatoes, and Feta

When dinner needs to be on the table fast, you can rely on this colorful and flavorful dish. You have the option of spooning the shrimp ...

by Leslie Revsin


Pesto Vegetable Shepard’s Pie

Mashed potato–topped shepherd’s pie is usually made from ground meat, but it’s the topping that gets my attention. Who doesn’t love mash...

by Leslie Revsin

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Ginger Beef and Asparagus Stir-Fry

Asian stir-fries are easy to pull off, as long as you have prepared all of the ingredients before you get cooking. And with a minimum of...

by Leslie Revsin


Chicken, Basil, and Peanut Stir-Fry

Thai cooking has bright flavors, but you don’t really need to get authentic ingredients to create a spicy stir-fry in that cooking’s tra...

by Leslie Revsin


Chicken-Mushroom Fricassee with Tarragon

Fricassée conjures up images of old-fashioned boardinghouse meals and matronly cooks in gingham aprons, but this quick version of the fa...

by Leslie Revsin


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