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Hummingbird Cake

The original recipe for this cake was first published in the 1970s in Southern Living. It is a very similar to a moist carrot cake withou...

by George Geary


Crab Salad with Meyer Lemon, Endive, and Watercress

Dungeness crab, Meyer lemons, and endive are all in season in the wintertime here in the Bay Area, so a simple, elegant salad like this ...

by Alice Waters


Carne Con Chile

Jorge Cortez at La Margarita in San Antonio remembers when his family made this Mexican beef and chile stew with big chunks of meat. The ...

by Robb Walsh


Flaky Scones

It is only in the past ten years that the scone (pronounced “skawn,” as in gone) has appeared on the breakfast scene, threatening to upst...

by Rose Levy Beranbaum

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My Martini

This is the violet hour, the hour of hush and wonder, when the affections glow again and valor is reborn, when the shadows deepen magical...

by Tony Abou-Ganim


Sauteed Chicken Paillards with Cranberry-Orange Sals...

Oh, this recipe might sound a bit fancy since it does have the interesting flavor combinations you would expect in a trendy restaurant, ...

by Anne Byrn

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Sabbath Soup

Since some people prefer their chicken soup with noodles, while others like matzo balls, one solution is to serve both. Then you really h...

by Faye Levy


Anne Rosenzweig’s Chocolate Bread Pudding with Brand...

From the day the door first opened we have adored Arcadia, Anne Rosenzweig’s Manhattan restaurant. We always finish a meal there with thi...

by Sheila Lukins and Julee Rosso


Three-Minute Salsa

This is one of our favorite easy salsas, for dips and chips, topping a quesadilla, or for a quick throw-together sauce for grilled foods.

by Mary Sue Milliken and Susan Feniger


Roast Beef, Boursin, Red Onion and Arugula Panini

Versatile Boursin cheese works so well with beef, red onion and arugula, creating a melted burst of flavor that is sure to satisfy.

by Tiffany Collins


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