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Sorrel Soup

This simple soup lets the tart taste of sorrel shine through. Top each serving with a spoonful of crème fraîche or sour cream, if you like.

by Christopher Hirsheimer and Peggy Knickerbocker


Shad Roe

This amount of roe will serve two handsomely but, due to its richness, is adequate for four.

by Christopher Idone


Herb Salad with Lemon Vinaigrette

A relative newcomer to the Hudson Valley, an exciting array of fresh herbs is grown in greenhouses throughout the region. This is one sal...

by Waldy Malouf


Baked Shad Fillets with Sorrel Sauce

The tang of sorrel perfectly complements the rich flavor of shad. You may cook some shad roe in the baking pan along with the shad; it wi...

by Waldy Malouf


Spring Vegetable Stew

Cooking the vegetables separately, then combining them, makes it possible to have everything ready in advance. Radishes and broccoli stem...

by Deborah Madison


Herbed Green Mayonnaise

Use your favorite herbs in this sauce, either singly or in combination. Good with grilled meats or in sandwiches.

by Victoria Blashford-Snell and Brigitte Hafner



In speaking of this most celebrated of Irish potato dishes, musician Mick Bolger—whose Denver-based contemporary Celtic band is called Co...

by Colman Andrews

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Pumpkin Fritters

These addictive puffs of pumpkin, which are a slight variation on a classic Bajan recipe, are slightly crispy on the outside—and melt-in-...

by Arlen Gargagliano


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


Mashed Potatoes with Variations

Mashed potatoes may just be everybody’s favorite food. This recipe is for basic mashed potatoes, with eight variations. Baking potatoes, ...

by Waldy Malouf


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