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Sardines with Tomato, Sweet Onion, and Grana Padana

Sardines have a more assertive fish flavor than canned tuna, which I love, especially in combination with sweet onion and tomato. Grana P...

by Daniel Leader and Lauren Chattman


New Tomatoes Rockefeller

Maybe it's lingering images of mushy 1950s-era stuffed tomatoes, but I have trouble con­ vincing people to grow paste varieties like red ...

by Scott Daigre and Jenn Garbee


Onion and Arugula Frittata

One day, an old friend of my mother’s from Palermo in Sicily came to visit. We knew her as Zia Millie, though she was not really an aunt...

by Michele Scicolone


Papaya and Arugula Salad

Papaya is not as sweet as mango or peaches but it gives a salad great texture, flavor, and color. And peppery arugula is a perfect flavor...

by Anne Byrn


Swiss Chard and Arugula Salad

In a small skillet, melt butter and sauté the almonds until they begin to turn golden.   Remove from the pan with a slotted spoon and sa...

by Christopher Idone

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Artichoke Salad

Delicately flavored artichokes combine well with peppery arugula.

by Victoria Blashford-Snell and Brigitte Hafner


Grilled Calamari with Arugula

Squid can vary quite a bit in size. If you get lots of little squid (under 2 inches each, not including tentacles), they'll need less pre...

by Ruth Reichl


Veal Milanese with Arugula, Tomato, and Red Onion Salad

After I made my big move to Boston, I put this on my first menu at Café Louis and people just went crazy for it. The year was 1995, and m...

by Michael Schlow


Zuk’s Grilled Octopus Salad

Glenn Lozuke, the chef de cuisine at Magnolia Grill in Durham, North Carolina, is originally from New Jersey, where he grew up eating oct...

by Fred Thompson


Alaska Scallop Salad

Sizzling in a crisp coat of Asian breadcrumbs, sweet Alaska scallops are superimposed against a bed of slightly bitter greens tossed in a...

by Greg Atkinson


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