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August 19 2018

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August 18 2018

French Roast Chicken ~ Poulet Rôti

Poulet rôti, or French roast chicken, is a classic of the Franco culinary empire. And it’s so simple: just season a chicken with herbs, place it on top of root vegetables, and baste it with plenty of butter. C’est incroyable, non?

French roast chicken, called poulet rôti in french, in a white pan sitting top of roasted root vegetables

Adapted from Mardi Michels | In the French Kitchen with Kids | Random House, 2018

This approach to roast chicken is sorta like a French woman’s approach to tossing a scarf around her neck....

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Mimolette Salad with Walnuts

For this Mimolette salad, all you need are greens, a homemade Dijon vinaigrette dressing, walnuts and the namesake aged cheese for a fresh, simple, sophisticated salad. And it takes just 15 minutes.

Mimolette salad with walnuts made with frisee and toosed with a dijon vinaigrette dressing on a black plate

Adapted from Annie Bell | The Modern Dairy | Kyle Books, 2018

The simple elegance of this salad is what makes it so darn special. Gather some lettuce. Whisk together an easy vinaigrette. Toss in some shavings of fancy cheese, strew a handful...

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Sweet Pickle Relish

This sweet pickle relish is made with cucumbers, sugar, onion, salt, mustard seeds, celery seeds, and cider vinegar. Perfect for hamburgers and hot dogs.

A white bowl and a mason jar of sweet pickle relish on a wooden table

Adapted from Linda J. Amendt | Blue Ribbon Canning | Taunton Press, 2015

The temptation come late summer to pickle every cucumber coming out of your garden can be overwhelming. This sweet pickle relish is a pickle of another sort, offering a different form of...

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Southern Pan-Fried Chicken

Oh, is this Southern pan-fried chicken from Edna Lewis the real deal! The chicken is brined, soaked in buttermilk, and coated. It’s then fried but not just in any fat—in an inspired combo of lard, oil, ham, and butter. (Check your resistance at the kitchen door.) The results? Crisp, juicy, perfectly seasoned fried chicken.

A man holding tongs in front of a skillet making southern pan-fried chicken, which is bubbling in the pan

Adapted from Edna Lewis | The Gift of Southern Cooking | Alfred A. Knopf, 2003

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Easy Fried Pickles

These easy fried pickles are a cinch to make and call for cornmeal, hot sauce, buttermilk, and seasoned salt. They go perfectly with beer.

Bowl of batter-covered fried pickles with a jar of dipping sauce nearby

Adapted from Kay Robertson | Duck Commander Kitchen: Celebrating Family & Friends | Howard Books, 2015

We’re told that fried pickles first gained acclaim at state fairs throughout the South, where recipes varied from simple beer battered dills to these, the best fried pickles we’ve...

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How To Make the Best Burger

Cheeseburger, ketchup, lettuces on a sesame-seed bun on a copper tray

Adapted from George Motz | Great American Burger Book | Stewart, Tabori & Chang, 2016

Knowing how to make the best burger is no small trick. There’s tremendous potential for things to go wrong before you even think of turning on the stove or the grill. And while everyone has an opinion on what cut or blend of beef makes the juiciest, richest, most robustly flavored burger, that’s only part of the equation. And who...

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August 17 2018

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@CookingLisbon: Lemon risotto with seafood. Portuguese flavors of the modern cuisine on a gourmet class cookinglisbon.com/gourmet-portug…

August 07 2018

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August 06 2018

Roasted Garlic

Is there anything better than roasted garlic? We think not. Just three ingredients–garlic, oil, and salt–meld together to make something so compelling, you’ll smear it on every kind of meat or vegetable or bread you can get your hands on.

Two heads of roasted garlic--one in foil, one unwrapped--drizzled with oil on a cutting board

Randy Shore | Grow What You Eat, Eat What You Grow | Arsenal Pulp Press, 2014

Is there anything easier or better than roasted garlic? We think not. Three ingredients. Almost no effort....

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