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  • Photo of How to cook dinner moussaka – recipe

    How to cook dinner moussaka – recipe

    Moussaka is, I assume, the perfect dish for April, an unprecedented mixture of southern sunshine and warming consolation. It’s also the proper way to deplete leftover lamb from the Easter roast. Most extensively related to Greece, it pops up in various forms from North Africa to the Balkans – sweetly spiced, wealthy, wobbly, and always delicious. Prep 15 min Salt…

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  • Photo of José Pizarro’s Spanish spring meal – recipes

    José Pizarro’s Spanish spring meal – recipes

    STARTER Cured cod with lemon and radish salad Soak 24 hr Prep five min Cook 15 min Serves 4 400g sustainably sourced cod fillet 1-liter bloodless water 100g caster sugar 75g sea salt 1 tsp fennel seeds Pared zest of one lemon three sprigs of fresh thyme Extra-virgin olive oil, to drizzle For the salad Two lemons 200g radishes Two…

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  • Photo of Riled and Wrangled: A cocktail recipe for baseball season

    Riled and Wrangled: A cocktail recipe for baseball season

    This highly spiced shandy from Laura Wagner of the Monarch Bar in Kansas City beats your popular beer-and-lemonade combo. Serrano-spiked honey and herb-inflected green Chartreuse beautify the peppery notes of whiskey and crisp kölsch or pilsner. Individual peppers can p.C. A various quantity of heat; if you’re nervous, use just an unmarried chile. Riled and Wrangled It makes about 16…

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  • Photo of Introducing the parmesan rind ‘inventory dice’

    Introducing the parmesan rind ‘inventory dice’

    Parmesan has low water content and granular texture, which means it can be preserved long-term, enhanced with age. Even when a large wheel is cracked open, it will save appropriately. To maintain the entire traits of Parmigiano Reggiano, to give it its proper name, store it in an airtight glass or plastic container in the refrigerator (if you need to…

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  • Photo of Hungry Girl: No-Cook Sesame Zucchini Noodles

    Hungry Girl: No-Cook Sesame Zucchini Noodles

    Lisa Lillien is the popular Hungry Girl website and email newsletter featuring clever, humorous advice on guilt-loose eating. Likewise, she is the author of 13 books, six of which debuted at number one on the New York Times Best Sellers list. Read her PEOPLE.Com weblog every Monday for slimmed-down superstar recipes and extra. This recipe changed into made-for-lazy days! Just…

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  • Photo of Yotam Ottolenghi’s broccoli recipes

    Yotam Ottolenghi’s broccoli recipes

    Unlike its cousins, cauliflower and cabbage, broccoli isn’t relaxed, being cooked for a long time with mild-mannered elements. All my past attempts at being clever and creating the broccoli equivalent of cauliflower cheese, for instance, had been fiascos: the creamy sauce cannot preserve its own in opposition to the dominant vegetable, which goes grey, soggy, and miserable-searching. Instead, cross for…

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  • Photo of Rhubarb a recipe for achievement

    Rhubarb a recipe for achievement

    Tasmania’s cool weather as extreme mainland heat drives call for In the cooler months, humans tend to gravitate toward consolation meals, like a stew or fruit collapse. Something that keeps them completely warm. Rhubarb is a perfect comfort meal. A perennial vegetable frequently dealt with like a fruit calls for the ruby stems spikes in autumn and winter, but the…

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  • Photo of Infinity Pool: The perfect summer cocktail recipe

    Infinity Pool: The perfect summer cocktail recipe

    Cucumber is often praised for its cooling properties; however, what about celery? Throw some chopped stalks in a juicer (or, in case you’re patient, puree approximately a dozen in a blender and strain), and you’ve got one of the freshest cocktail bases I can imagine. Los Angeles bartender Gabriella Mlynarczyk knows how to use it nicely, mellowing out the vegetal…

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  • Photo of Recipe: Shannon Martinez’s Deep-Fried Mac’n’Cheese

    Recipe: Shannon Martinez’s Deep-Fried Mac’n’Cheese

    When Smith & Daughters’ Shannon Martinez grew up, Disney meant ingesting in the front of the television. “Every other night time of the week, we needed to eat at the desk,” she explains, “but on Sundays – I’m showing my age now – The Wonderful World of Disney became on, and I become allowed to eat my dinner in the…

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  • Photo of Rachel Roddy’s recipe for pork braised in milk

    Rachel Roddy’s recipe for pork braised in milk

    When I changed into a baby, rice pudding seemed like a piece of magic. Not as top because of the magic tricks our circle of relatives buddy Tom had up his sleeve. However, he could alternate the face on a playing card, pull a 50-pence piece from our ears – and, later, he reduced his wife in half at their…

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