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Buttermilk Salad Dressing with Dried Tomatoes

Dried tomatoes, so intense on their own, can play a background role in a salad dressing. In this creamy ranch-style blend, they contribute sweetness, body, and an appetizing blush. They are hardly discernible, but the dressing would be less compelling without them. Spoon it over hearts of romaine, heirloom...

Janet Fletcher and Sur La Table, Eating Local (Andrews McMeel)

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Old-Fashioned Dinner Rolls

Bakers have been using potatoes (and potato cooking water) for many years. Yeast loves the starchy carbohydrates in potatoes. Their lumpy texture adds not only flavor and moisture, but also a chewy softness that is ideal in dinner rolls.

Cindy Mushet and Sur La Table, The Art & Soul of Baking (Andrews McMeel)

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Herb Corn Bread

This might be a simple quick bread, but the addition of fresh herbs takes it to a whole new level. Don’t substitute dried herbs here—they won’t give you the dynamic flavor that fresh ones offer.

Sur La Table, Simple Comforts (Andrews McMeel)

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Slow-Roasted Tomatoes with Oregano and Feta

Baking tomatoes slowly in a low oven caramelizes their sugars and concentrates their sweetness. They remain moist—not chewy, like sun-dried tomatoes—but with their flavor intensified. Strew them with grated feta while they are warm and serve them with lamb chops, roast chicken, or a bulgur pilaf. Andrew Brait, who...

Janet Fletcher and Sur La Table, Eating Local (Andrews McMeel)

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Grilled Sausages with Baby Turnips and Turnip Greens

The best turnips for this preparation are the small white Tokyo turnips, so thin kinned that they don’t need to be peeled. The more familiar purple-topped white globe turnips will need peeling unless they are very young.

Janet Fletcher and Sur La Table, Eating Local (Andrews McMeel)

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Hot Spiced Apple Cider

An old-fashioned winter beverage that never loses its appeal, spiced cider on the kitchen stove will perfume the whole house.

Janet Fletcher and Sur La Table, Eating Local (Andrews McMeel)

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Apple and Ginger Spiced Sweet Potatoes

A comforting side dish staple made fall-festive with tangy apple and ginger.

Tested and perfected in the Sur La Table kitchen

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Classic Margarita

Nothing quenches quite like an authentic margarita—and this is a great recipe to carry you from Cinco de Mayo all the way through summer.

Bartender: Charlotte Bernhardt of Tavern Law

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Heirloom Apple Tart with Almond Filling and Calvados Cream

Unlike the apple varieties sold in most supermarkets, selected for their ability to store for months, heirloom apples may not be good keepers. But when fresh off the tree, as you will find them at farmers’ markets and in CSA shares, they have a perfume and juicy sweetness that few storage apples can match.

Janet Fletcher and Sur La Table, Eating Local (Andrews McMeel)

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Chicken Broth with a Bonus

For this excellent chicken broth, select a whole chicken that gives you both the neck and giblets, to add flavor to your broth.

Marie Simmons and Sur La Table, Things Cooks Love (Andrews McMeel)

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Steak Sliders with Applewood Bacon-Cabernet Reduction and Blue Cheese

We’ve given these sliders an upscale twist by dressing them up with a thick reduction of Cabernet Sauvignon and bacon, plus crumbled blue cheese.

Tested and perfected in the Sur La Table kitchen

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Cranberry Orange Slush

The classic combo of cranberry and orange shines in this zingy, slushy drink.

Zoku

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Basic Vinaigrette

Though this salad is delicious without the fried oysters, which can be found on page 4, I find I’m always frying up a batch to top the colorful spinach salad embellished with hearts of palm and fresh tomato.

Renée Behnke

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Trenette fresche al Pesto alla Genovese - Fresh Trenette with Pesto alla Genovese

Trenette is a type of narrow, flat, dried pasta common in Genoa and Liguria. It’s a form of pasta similar to narrow, thick tagliatelle. Basil, originally native to Asia and Africa, is grown all over the Mediterranean. It does particularly well in the climate and soil of Liguria The name pesto comes from...

Original recipe courtesy of Academia Barilla, adapted by the Sur La Table kitchen

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Classic Extra-Cheesy Macaroni and Cheese with Crunchy Crumb Topping

Hurray for real mac and cheese. It’s crazy to eat the stuff from the box when the real deal is so easy to make and so totally superior. Do use a cheese with some character, however, or the bland noodles will dominate.

Sur La Table, Simple Comforts (Andrews McMeel)

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Savory Shallot and Orange-Cranberry Sauce

Forget about the gelled sauce in the can—homemade cranberry sauce is easy to make, incredibly delicious, and fills your house with the enticing aromas of the season.

Tested and perfected in the Sur La Table kitchen

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Sirloin Sliders with Balsamic Onions, Brie, and Bacon

Dressed up with balsamic-spiked caramelized onions, crumbled bacon and creamy brie cheese, these sliders are terrific for a party or a fun family meal.

Tested and perfected in the Sur La Table kitchen

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Mulled Grape Juice Slush

Orange, cinnamon and cloves mingle with bold grape flavor for a cool treat with warming spice.

Zoku

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White Chocolate–Lime Creme Caramel

Whether you call it flan, crème caramel, or crème renversée, it's hard to resist a creamy custard turned upside down and served in a pool of liquid caramel. The flavors of crème caramel are always more complex than regular custard because of the caramel that surrounds it during baking...

Cindy Mushet and Sur La Table, The Art & Soul of Baking (Andrews McMeel)

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Grilled Pound Cake with Strawberry-Rhubarb Sauce

All that buttery goodness of pound cake gets a kick from the grill.

Janet Fletcher and Sur La Table, Eating Local (Andrews McMeel)

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Pizza della Riviera di ponente (Piscialandrea) - Pizza Riviera di Ponente style

The food of Liguria is representative of the area’s unique climate and uses many ingredients that are more common to Southern-Italian cuisine. Liguria is located closer to France than it is to Naples, but the abundant use of garlic, olive oil instead of butter or lard and tomatoes are all reminiscent of...

Original recipe courtesy of Academia Barilla, adapted by the Sur La Table kitchen

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Classic Crosshatch Peanut Butter Cookies

Whether you like your peanut butter cookies made with chunky peanut butter or smooth, these classic cookies are rich and crumbly, perfect with a glass of milk.

Recipe from Simple Comforts, Andrews McMeel Publishing

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Savory Vegetable Omelet

Not just for the weekends anymore! Make your favorite omelet in minutes any day of the week.

Lékué

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Green Carrot Smoothie

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