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Chocolate-Espresso Pots de Creme

Can be made up to 2 days prior to serving. As seen on CNN, February, 2008.

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Country Style Lemonade

Sunny days call for sipping sweet lemonade on the porch. Use fresh-squeezed lemon juice for a flavor that that is superior to any store-bought mix.

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Hummus

Creamy and bursting with lemon, this versatile dip is a always a crowd pleaser.

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Blueberry Lemonade

Take a trip to your local farmers market for fresh from the garden blueberries that will make your lemonade the best you’ve ever tasted.

Tested and perfected in the Sur La Table kitchen

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Pumpkin Spice Bread

Full of spice and flavor, this recipe makes enough for two loaves or a beautiful bundt cake.

Recipe courtesy of Kenwood Electrics

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Roast Turkey with Black Truffle Butter

Elevate your holiday bird with an infusion of creamy black truffle butter for extra juiciness and flavor.

Courtesy of D’Artagnan

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Homemade Pumpkin Pie

This recipe takes an American classic to celebration status with a careful blend of spices and heavy cream, outshining the stale spice mix and evaporated milk of less enchanting recipes.

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

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Peach-Mint Lemonade

Give your lemonade a pretty pink twist with the refreshing flavor of mint and a sweet serving of peaches.

Tested and perfected in the Sur La Table kitchen

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Mixed Summer Berry and Ricotta-Filled Crepes

Say oui to crêpes! Creamy ricotta, zesty lemon and fresh berries combine for the ultimate brunch dish.

Tested and perfected in the Sur La Table kitchen

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Warm Apple Cider

Make the holidays more festive or just warm up the fall and winter seasons with this delicious spiced classic.

Recipe courtesy of Kenwood Electrics

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Cajun Deep-Fried Turkey

Put a little heat in their bellies with this flavorful and spicy revision of your table’s traditional turkey headliner.

Waring Pro

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Braised Whole Chicken with Potatoes and Carrots

Tested and perfected in the Sur La Table kitchen

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Grilled Bruschetta with Fava Bean Puree and Pecorino

At a spring dinner party, pass these irresistible toasts with the evening’s first glass of white wine. The fava bean spread is moist and sweet and a fresh spring green, with pale grated pecorino as its salty counterpoint.

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

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Shrimp Rosemary —“Spiedini Alla Romagna”

It’s easy to make skewers from rosemary sprigs. Choose large sturdy sprigs that are about 8 inches long. Pull off most of the leaves from each sprig, leaving a nice tuft of leaves at the top (use the remaining leaves in the dish you are making or reserve for another use). Using a sharp knife, cut off the...

Mario Batali, Italian Grill (ECCO/Harper Collins) 2008, reprinted with permission.

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Walnut Biscotti With Thyme Pesto and Goat Cheese

Savory biscotti are a fun surprise for your guests and a very elegant substitute for a Crostini or cracker. This unusual pesto can also be used as the dressing for a fresh tomato and fresh mozzarella salad or as a last minute addition to curried lentils.

Recipe courtesy Nicole Aloni, 2008

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Pork Tenderloin Medallions with Orange-Rosemary Balsamic Butter

Pork tenderloin is one of the easiest meats to prepare and cook, and its sweet flavor and tender texture are appreciated by nearly all meat eaters.

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Strawberry Balsamic Jam

The addition of balsamic vinegar adds a flavorful punch to this classic recipe.

Recipe provided by the Ball® Corporation.

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Pan Seared Chicken with Fine Herbs Sauce

For this rustic classic, use one pan to beautifully sear your chicken and create a flavorful herbed sauce.

Tested and perfected in the Sur La Table kitchen

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No Bake Pumpkin Cheesecake

Leave the oven on long enough to bake the graham cracker crust then turn up the delectable flavor on the no-bake filling in this creamy, comforting dessert.

Recipe courtesy of Kenwood Electrics.

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Classic Herb-Roasted Turkey

Fragrant with fresh herbs and nestled in vegetables, this classic preparation will be the delicious centerpiece of your holiday.

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Spiced Pumpkin Cake with Cream Cheese Frosting

This is a classic tea time cake and a must-have recipe. The cake batter is made with oil and flavored with pumpkin purée, warm spices and orange.

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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.

Lékué

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Risotto alla Parmigiana con Salamino - Risotto Parmigiana Style with Italian Sausage

Carnaroli rice is rich in soluble starch. It is considered the best rice for risotto because of the consistency of the grains, its high starch content and resistance to quick cooking. Adding the rice to the saucepan on the heat without any liquid is an important step, because it can determine the final texture of...

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

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Apple Cranberry Crumble Pie

A memorable and delectable combination of sweet apples, tart cranberries and crunchy oat crumble—perfect for dessert...or for breakfast!

Printed with permission from Shoofly Pie Co. in Seattle, Wash.

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Summer Vegetable Casserole with Manchego

Here, eggplants, red peppers, potatoes, tomatoes, onions and zucchini are cooked separately and then layered in a cazuela (gratin) and baked until they melt together. This is a good dish for late summer when these vegetables are at their prime.

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

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Green Tomato Chutney

Cherokee Green, Green Giant, or even the smaller Green Zebra heirloom tomatoes are lovely to look at and luscious to eat, but these are not the tomatoes used to make this fabulous end-of-summer chutney. Rather, seek out the orphaned, firm, and completely underripe tomatoes that hang on the vines in every...

Diane Morgan and Sur La Table, Gifts Cooks Love (Andrews McMeel)

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Grilled Rosemary and Dijon Lamb Chops

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Roasted Asparagus Salad with Thyme Vinaigrette and Prosciutto Crisps

The bright flavors of thyme and Dijon are a perfect complement to fresh asparagus.

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Chickpea and Artichoke Tagine

This Moroccan-style vegetarian stew gets complex flavor from a blend of warm spices, onions, garlic and lemon zest.

Recipe for Fagor by America’s TEST KITCHEN. Image by Johnson Rauhoff.

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Grilled Ahi with Summer Citrus Dip

Winner Sur La Table Grilling Recipe Contest, Grilled Appetizer category

Diane Halferty

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Rice Pilaf

Comforting and adaptable, the pilaf method produces a wonderfully fluffy, seasoned rice side dish.

Tested and perfected in the Sur La Table kitchen

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Cranberry Relish

No holiday spread is complete without it! The classic turkey condiment is fragrant with orange and ginger.

Recipe and photo courtesy of Kenwood Electrics

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Irish Apple and Parsnip Soup

Parsnips and turnips were used extensively in rural Ireland to give variety to meals in the winter when green vegetables were in little supply. Surprisingly, this vegetarian soup is a wonderful balance of sweet apple flavors with parsnip overtones.

Tested and perfected in the Sur La Table kitchen

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Plum Ginny

The signature Sur La Table cocktail was created as a tribute to our Seattle roots and our admiration for the French gastronomic tradition. It’s the perfect balance of sweet and tart, with subtle fruit notes.

Charlotte Bernhardt/McCracken-Tough

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Pistachio Phyllo Pastries with Spiced Apricot Honey

Ready for dessert? Crisp phyllo and crunchy, spiced nuts soaked in citrus and apricot-infused honey syrup should be it.

Tested and perfected in the Sur la Table kitchen

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Rich Turkey Pan Gravy

This rich pan sauce starts with a succulent base of pan juices and builds flavor with the addition of roasted vegetables, red wine, and fresh herbs.

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Caramel Apple Upside-Down Cake

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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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Torta di riso- Rice Cake

Torta di Riso is a quintessential northern-Italian dessert. Simple cakes or tortes of rice like this are commonly found in many parts of Italy. In Bologna, rice torte is prepared and offered as a good luck gesture to the participants of holiday processions—a tradition that dates back to 1470. Torta di...

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

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All-American Apple Pie

Tart Granny Smiths are reliable and available in every market in the country, but try seeking out local varieties at the farmers’ market or roadside stands during apple season. Don’t be afraid to mix and match apples. A few tart and sturdy ones with a few sweet can be a great combination.

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Vanilla Bean Pastry Cream

A classic filling for fresh fruit tarts, èclairs, and cream pies, pastry cream is really just a flour-thickened custard sauce, which also means that it can take on a near-endless variety of flavorings, from spices and citrus to chocolates and liqueurs.

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

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Peach Bellini

This non-alchoholic version of the classic Venetian cocktail uses soda water instead of Prosecco and contains a touch of grenadine for a healthy glow.

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Herbed Chicken Pot Pie

This savory favorite is easier than ever to make thanks to the roasted chicken and chopped vegetables available in most markets.

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

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No-Bake Lemon Berry Tartlets

A quick and easy bite-size dessert.

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Green Beans with Brown Butter & Pecans

You can also give Brussels sprouts this toasty, buttery treatment; just cook them longer for a tender bite.

Recipe courtesy of Sur La Table, 2008

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Blueberry, Blackberry and Basil Margarita Puree

Add a little tequila and Cointreau to this refreshing mocktail for a berrylicious adult slushie.

Diane Morgan and Sur La Table, Gifts Cooks Love (Andrews McMeel)

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Shredded Pork Soft Tacos

Weeknight tacos are usually limited to quick-cooking fillings like ground beef, but the pressure cooker makes pork butt—which would take hours in the oven—an option.

Recipe for Fagor by America’s TEST KITCHEN. Image by Johnson Rauhoff.

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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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Chocolate Mousse

Smooth, rich, pure chocolate heaven. Serve with a cooling dollop of whipped cream and spoon up with abandon.

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Whoopie Pies

Give this retro dessert an updated look by decorating your pies with fun sprinkles, drizzled icing on top, or adding nuts or candies. Perfect for a family baking project, whoopie pies are as much fun to make as they are to eat.

© 2010 Wilton Industries, Inc. Used with permission.

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Roast Chicken with Lemon and Rosemary

We’ve taken a simple roast chicken and elevated it to new flavor heights with the addition of lemon and earthy flavored rosemary.

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Guinness and Maple Glazed Salmon

Guinness has a rich molasses flavor which increases when reduced, making a perfect accompaniment to salmon.

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Easy Cream Cheese Pie Dough

A nearly foolproof alternative to flaky dough, Cream Cheese Dough can be made in the food processor in a couple of minutes. The dough’s tangy flavor and flaky texture accent the fruit fillings in turnovers, though you could also use the dough for pies, either sweet or savory.

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

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Rum Runner

Named after the bootleggers who transported Caribbean rum to Florida speakeasies, this drink is the perfect concoction to serve at backyard barbecues.

Charles Schumann, American Bar (Abbeville Press)

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Shirley Collins

Named after the founder of Sur La Table, this riff on the classic Tom Collins is a great any-occasion cocktail. We’ve found that just about everyone loves this drink once they’ve tried it, much as the real Shirley was beloved by all her Seattle customers.

Charlotte Bernhardt/McCracken-Tough

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Venison Daube a l’Armagnac

This hearty Gascon “daube” (red-wine stew) is everything you’d want from a dish of comfort food. It’s full-flavored and well seasoned, without being pretentious or overly complex. And, its flavors get better as it sits, so you can prepare it a couple of days before you need it. Keep it as...

Courtesy of D’Artagnan

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Thai Pumpkin Soup

For an appetizing presentation, and an authentic dash of extra flavor, garnish this soup with chopped cilantro, chopped peanuts and sour cream.

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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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Pear Cake with Bittersweet Chocolate Drizzle

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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.

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Chicken with Potatoes

Simple ingredients plus simple preparation results in a dinner of total, delicious comfort.

Lékué

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Vegetable Stock

Homemade stocks make a noticible difference in you cooking—and it's nice to make use of those vegetable scraps. Stock is the liquid extracted from foods slowly cooked in water and/or wine and used as a foundation for soups, sauces and other dishes. If you want darker broth, brown the vegetables in oil for...

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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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Farro with Butternut Squash and Leeks

Farro, with its complex nutty taste, is a satisfying autumnal side dish, especially when combined with fall vegetables.

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Roast Chicken with Bread and Arugula Salad by Ina Garten

Reprinted from Make it Ahead. Copyright © 2014 by Ina Garten. Photographs copyright © 2014 by Quentin Bacon. Published by Clarkson Potter Publishers, a division of Penguin Random House, LLC.

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Lemon Curd

The pastry kitchen would be incomplete without the tart, tangy freshness of lemon curd. Use it to flavor soufflés; to fill thumbprint cookies, tarts, cakes, and turnovers; to dollop on scones and biscuits and alongside cake slices; to spoon over fresh berries; to fold into whipped cream; and even to spread on...

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

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Basil Limeade

Substitute lemons with lime juice and fresh, sweet basil for this invigorating twist on lemonade.

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Braised Chicken with Apple and Sage

Choose a skillet with a lid to braise the chicken. We used a tart Granny Smith apple so if you choose a sweeter variety like a Braeburn or a Fuji, you may need more lemon juice to balance the flavors in the sauce.

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Summer Berry Turnovers

Turnovers are great for breakfast, snacking or dessert, and can even be made with savory fillings for a take-along lunch or dinner.

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

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Coffee-Rubbed Brisket

Impress your dinner guests with this brisket recipe that combines Sur La Table® Hickory Smoked Sea Salt with chili powder and ground coffee for a truly unique flavor. Le Creuset’s iconic French oven is the ideal choice for roasted-meat dishes like this brisket.

Joel Gamoran

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Corn on the Cob with Flavored Butters

Corn on the cob, the classic American summer vegetable, can be boiled, grilled, or steamed. But steaming is the best way to preserve its pure corn flavor and toothsome texture. A shallow steamer, steamer insert, or pasta insert for an 8-quart stockpot will hold up to 8 ears of corn comfortably. For an added treat...

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

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Orange-Scented French Toast Strata with Candied Lemon Zest

This elegant brunch dish is a great make-ahead option for the entertainer pressed for time. Just assemble the night before and pop it into the oven about an hour before you sit down to eat—your guests will never know!

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Almond-Chocolate Spritz Cookies with Orange Blossom Water

Buttery spritz cookies, the much-anticipated standard on the holiday cookie platter, deserve to be enjoyed all year-round. Instead of saving these for special occasions, why not make some to enjoy with a cup of tea, as an after-school snack, or with a bowl of ice cream?

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

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Bolognese

Bolognese is typically a labor of love involving a lot of prep and hours spent at the stove. The pressure-cooker cuts down on time, yet, adds concentrated rich flavor, resulting in a sauce that tastes like it’s been cooking all day.

Recipe for Fagor by America’s TEST KITCHEN. Image by Johnson Rauhoff.

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Easy Morning Muffins with Raspberries

Soft-crumbed and as comforting as a hug when warm from the oven, these muffins are perfect for home bakers too sleepy to pull out an electric mixer in the morning.

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

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Apple and Sweet Potato Saute

KitchenAid

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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.

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Spinach Salad with Caramelized Pears and Goat Cheese

Sweet pears deliciously complement the tanginess of the balsamic vinegar and creamy goat cheese.

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Farro, Kale and Sweet Potato Salad with Pomegranate Seeds

This hearty salad mixes four superfoods into one deliciously tangy dish. You can prepare it on the weekends and enjoy it all week as a nutrient-rich, low-fat lunch.

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Chicken Braised in Red Wine (Coq au Vin)

Literally translating to “rooster in wine, ” Coq au Vin developed on the farms of France as a means of making a flavorful meal from older poultry.

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Mango Salsa

Freshen up with the flavor of vibrant and juicy mangos, cilantro and a little kick from Serrano chile or jalapeno pepper.

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Ginger Irish Whiskey

You'll be surprised how perfectly zingy ginger ale and Irish whiskey complement each other.

Stephanie Piché - Caterer

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Potato Mash with Braised Cabbage

Colcannon is a traditional cabbage or kale dish, commonly served at Halloween in Ireland, and served as an accompaniment to boiled ham or Irish bacon.

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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.

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Red, White, & Blue Quick Pops

These Old Glory-inspired pops are the perfect treat on the Fourth of July—and they’re also surprisingly easy to make.

Zoku

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Berry Delicious Smoothie

Bright berries impart a lovely lavender color, while banana and pineapple round out the flavors.

Vitamix

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Orange-Cardamom Marmalade

We tend to think of preserving and canning as a summertime activity, and rightfully so, with all the luscious berries and stone fruits in season; however, in winter, with the new crop of citrus in the market, the timing is perfect for putting up marmalade and giving it as gifts for the holidays. Select blemish-free ...

Diane Morgan and Sur La Table, Gifts Cooks Love (Andrews McMeel)

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Chocolate Cream Cheese Brownies

“The All-Clad Gourmet Advanced Ovenware, with its beautifully designed handles, is perfect for casual entertaining —and delivers the highest quality cooking performance that I have come to expect from All-Clad.”
Carole Walter

Recipe courtesy of Carole Walter and All-Clad, 2008

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Tuna and Garden Vegetable Salad

This mélange of coarsely chopped vegetables and tuna, called condiglione, is eaten along the Ligurian coast. Typically it’s a mixture of tomatoes, cucumbers, celery, green onions, red bell pepper, and other seasonal vegetables marinated with olive oil, mashed anchovies, and fresh herbs. Chopping all the ingredients ...

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

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Martini

This most iconic cocktail actually has fairly unknown roots. And over the years, its taste has changed dramatically—from a sweet, vermouth-based drink to the dry, gin-centric one we sip today.

Charlotte Bernhardt/McCracken-Tough

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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.

Vitamix

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Pineapple Upside Down Muffins

These pineapple mini-cakes are easy to make and can be served for brunch, as a mid-afternoon snack or for dessert.

NordicWare

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Berry Ice Cream

Homemade ice cream with the freshest ingredients requires very little effort and results in the tastiest, creamiest, most luscious ice cream that makes a wonderful sundae. Use garden fresh strawberries for the very best flavor.

Katy Hume

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Pineapple Coconut Pops

Fresh pineapple and coconut make the perfect tropical pairing, and these simple-to-make pops let their bright flavors shine.

Zoku

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Coffee Liqueur Smoothie

Irish cream liqueur adds a bold touch to this blended espresso drink.

De’Longhi

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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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