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Barley Rice Stew

This thick heartwarming stew is perfect fare on a cold winter day.

by Lonnette Parks


Turkey Congee with Barley

I have always been a fan of turkey soup. At Thanksgiving, I wait impatiently until the carcass is clean enough to start making soup. Thes...

by Nina Simonds


Mushroom-Barley Burgers

Here is a delicious departure from other vegetable burgers. Cook the barley well ahead of time. One cup of raw barley should yield 3 cups...

by Mollie Katzen and Walter Willett


Hearty Barley Fruit Bread

This bread is an old family favorite, inspired by a recipe in a Swiss cookbook called Le Livre du Beurre (The Butter Book). We’re calling...

by Celine Steen and Tamasin Noyes

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Mushroom-Barley "Risotto"

Italian culinary purists are up in arms about supposed American abuse of their cuisine, with dishes like this one being held up as eviden...

by Jay Weinstein


Celtic Lamb and Barley Soup

1. Cover the barley with cold water, bring to a boil, and strain. Trim the lamb of excess fat and place in a pot with 3 quarts water,...

by Antony Worrall Thompson

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Pearl Barley Tabbouleh

Tabbouleh is traditionally prepared with bulghur wheat and eaten as part of a mezze (a selection of Middle Eastern appetizers). I thought...

by Dan Smith and Steve McDonagh


Slow-Roasted Cremini with Barley

Roasting cremini mushrooms intensifies their already deep flavor. Pair them with barley and a tangy, herb-flecked dressing for a simple ...

by Amy Farges


Turkey and Corn Chowder with Barley

A steaming bowl of this zesty rib-sticking chowder will satisfy even the pickiest eater. It is equally good made with previously uncooked...

by Judith Finlayson

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Barley and Wild Rice Pilaf

Serve this tasty pilaf as a nutritious side or turn it into a light main course with the addition of a salad of sliced tomatoes or mixed ...

by Judith Finlayson


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