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Citrus Herbal Tea-Steamed Scallops

Besides being delicately delicious, this is a heart-healthy dish. It’s flavored steamed scallops combined with fresh greens and tantalizing vinaigrette. It also makes a nice change of pace when you’ve had too many rich foods and you want something that’s light yet satisfying.

Ming Tsai and Arthur Boehm, Simply Ming

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Orange Almond Cake

A great way to end your Easter brunch.

© 2010 Wilton Industries, Inc. Used with permission.

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Macaroni with Cherry Tomatoes, Red Onion and Italian Bread Crumbs

The Lékué Pasta Cooker is much faster than making pasta on the stove-top because you don’t have to wait for the water to boil, plus, it"s a 3-in-1 pot, strainer and mixing bowl.


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Chicken and Shrimp Satays

Ming Tsai, Master Recipes

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Lamb Stew by Chef Paul Kahan

Lamb marinated in Sriracha and Herbs de Provence is rounded out with a red wine reduction, tomatoes and fresh thyme.

Recipe by Chef Paul Kahan, courtesy of All-Clad.

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Potatoes au Gratin

Yukon Gold potatoes paired with Gruyère, cream and spices make this classically delicious dish a cool-weather favorite.

Ben Witten, Resident Chef at Sur La Table Brewery Blocks, Portland, OR.

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Buttermilk Scones with Dried Cherries and Orange

Buttermilk does wonders for baked goods, adding a touch of acidity and an appealingly homey taste whenever it is included. Buttermilk scones are a classic-these are perfumed with orange zest and flavored with chewy nuggets of dried sour cherries. And they're easily adapated. Omit the sugar and you've got warm...

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

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Chicken Miso Soup

Most of these ingredients can be found in Asian food stores and some specialty grocery stores. Kombu is a dark green long thick sea vegetable from the kelp family. Used frequently in Japanese cooking, it is an essential ingredient of dashi, a flavorful stock.

Copyright 2007 Ming Tsai

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Aussie on the Barbie

You’ll love this fun take on how Australians order a burger with the works—or “the lot” as they call it. Stuffed with gouda and topped with grilled pineapple, pickled beets, a fried egg and spicy chile sauce, this burger is pure yummy from down under.

Reprinted with permission from the Stuffed Burger cookbook by Charcoal Companion.

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Drunken Short Ribs with Tomato Chile Sauce and Cabbage Lime Slaw

Short ribs are cooked to outstanding tenderness in tequila then topped with spicy sauce and tangy slaw, by chef and restaurateur Nancy Oakes.

Recipe by Nancy Oakes, courtesy of All-Clad.

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Classic German Chocolate Cake

One bite of this gooey, chocolaty American cake classic will transport you to a boat traveling peacefully down the Rhine. Pair with a good Riesling for exceptional decadence.

Tested and perfected in the Sur la Table kitchen

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Grilled Pizza with Mozzarella, Arugula and Chile Oil

Wispy leaves of young arugula are used like an herb in this recipe, sprinkled on the sizzling pizza just as it comes off the grill. Note the long, slow rise on the dough—a total of six hours—which produces a particularly light, chewy and flavorful crust.

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

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Pan Seared Scallops, Warm Tomato, Caper and Olive Relish with Creamy Polenta

As seen on CNN, February, 2008

Tested and perfected in the Sur La Table kitchen

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Mushrooms Stuffed with Sweet Italian Sausage

Impress your holiday guests with this quick and tasty appetizer.

Recipe courtesy of Carole Walter and All Clad Metalcrafters, 2008

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Spiced Nuts

This spiced nut mixture is addictive with its combination of sweet and spice.

Tested and perfected in the Sur La Table kitchen

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Berry Layer Cake

Sweet, simple and completely delicious. This light vanilla cake topped with layers of buttercream frosting is the perfect treat for any occasion.

Recipe adapted from

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Salad of Butter Lettuce and Radishes with Green Goddess Dressing

You’ll love how Green Godess dressing enlivens this crisp salad.

Tested and perfected in the Sur La Table kitchen

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Sun Dried Tomatoes and Artichoke Dip

Tear up a loaf of fresh bread or some crispy pita chips and dip away into this savory, tomato-y twist on artichoke dip.

Recipe courtesy of Kenwood Electrics

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Pretzels with Sweet Honey Mustard Dressing

Everyone loves pretzels! Season yours with sugar, salt, seeds, nuts and more! Better yet, the yeast dough can be adapted to make monkey bread, rolls and loaves!

Tested and perfected in the Sur La Table kitchen

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Salt Cod Fritters with Aioli Dip

Irresistible, crispy golden fish cakes dipped in creamy, garlicky aioli is pure Spanish deep-fried delight.

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Roasted Boneless Leg of Lamb with Orange Gremolata

Typically, foods aren’t browned before they go into a clay cooker, but browning the meat and cooking the aromatic vegetables (onion, carrot, and garlic) until golden add extra flavor to the mild-tasting beans that cook along with the lamb. The gremolata, which is sprinkled on top of the finished dish, is...

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

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Chocolate Hazelnut Spread

Breakfast becomes dessert! This classic combination of chocolate and hazelnuts is blended into a spread so good you’ll spoon it straight from the bowl.


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Basic Mustard-Shallot Vinaigrette

This basic vinaigrette is not just for lettuces. It can dress a tomato or beet salad, grilled vegetables or fish. It will stay fresh tasting, if refrigerated, for about a day.

Janet Fletcher

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Pumpkin Walnut Bread

This is the loaf you want on that gorgeous fall day, when it’s too beautiful outdoors to fuss in the kitchen for long.

Cindy Mushet

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