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December 23 2019


Japanese food: Can you eat Natto?

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Spanish Olive Oil Tortas | Tortas de Aceite

This Spanish olive oil tortas, or tortas de aceite, tastes just like the store-bought sweet olive oil tortas by Ines Rosales. Crisp. Crackly. And with just the right amount of sweet.

Several spanish olive oil tortas in a bowl lined with a lace linen cloth.

Adapted from Jamie Oliver | Jamie Oliver's Food Escapes | Hyperion, 2013

These Spanish olive oil tortas are known as tortas de aceite, or olive oil tortas, in their native Spain. (They’re even, we’re told, referred to as tortas del virgin by...

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December 19 2019

Coffee Crème Brûlée

This coffee crème brûlée from David Lebovitz comes together almost effortlessly from coffee, cream, sugar, eggs, and liqueur in the traditional Paris way, which is to say, it leans toward more caramel and less cream. What results is reminiscent of Vietnamese coffee in the best possible way.

A shallow white dish filled with coffee creme brulee, with a spoon resting inside.

Adapted from David Lebovitz | My Paris Kitchen | Ten Speed Press, 2014

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Root Beer-Glazed Ham

This root beer-glazed ham is made with a glaze of root beer, ketchup, brown sugar, and mustard for an easy yet impressive main course. Don’t knock it until you’ve tried it.

A barq's root beer-glazed ham on a wooden cutting board with a fork and knife resting beside it.

Adapted from Martha Hall Foose | Screen Doors and Sweet Tea | Clarkson Potter, 2008

Root beer-glazed ham. No, it’s not a carryover from your childhood. It’s a perfectly brilliant recipe in its own right given how, as author Martha Hall Foose...

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December 18 2019


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leitesculinaria.com: Leg of Lamb with Moroccan Spices

«This leg of lamb recipe can be your savior on those evenings when you’ve got a bunch of strangers around the table and the mood feels as lighthearted as a dentist’s waiting room. Serve up the dish Moroccan style, with its bowls of table herbs and spices, and a plate of lettuce leaves. The idea is that everyone has permission to eat with their fingers and try the lamb with different combinations of spices, fresh herbs, pan sauce, and even honey all rolled up in the lettuce. Conversations can’t help but take off.

Start the leg of lamb a day before by marinating it. Start the oven the day of about 2 1/2 hours before you want to sit down to dinner, as the lamb takes a total of 1 1/2 to 2 hours to cook and needs to rest before serving.»

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Kung Pao Chicken With Peanuts

This Kung Pao chicken is an easy, authentic Chinese dish made with crispy chicken breast, peanuts, and chiles in a sauce of everyday ingredients including soy sauce, black vinegar, and sesame oil.

A wok filled with kung pao chicken with two chopsticks on the edge

Adapted from Fuchsia Dunlop | Land of Plenty | W. W. Norton & Company, 2003

Kung Pao chicken, for those who’ve only ever seen it on Chinese menus and not ordered it, consists of a lightly sweet-and-sour sauce infused with the complexity...

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