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Andrew Zimmern makes this recipe all summer long with everything from orange sunburst cherry tomatoes to Valencias to...

Chef Hugh Acheson combines sweet, salty, spicy and tangy flavors in this exceptional summer tomato salad, tossing pea...

Herb stems have a ton of flavor but usually end up in the trash. Instead of wasting them, however, Icelandic chef Gun...

The smoked sturgeon here is baked with maple syrup, crushed red pepper and garlic so it’s spicy and sweet, and then i...

The key to this simple salad is slicing the raw asparagus thinly, so it takes on the flavor of the lemony marinade.
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Spicy mizuna greens are brightened with aromatic sliced kumquats and yuzu juice in this refreshing modern Japanese sa...

Although this blend of raw tomatoes, paper-thin onion and mild green peppers seems Italian, it’s a common mix for Jap...

You’ll find this hearty puree made with dried and split fava beans all over Puglia, where it’s most commonly served w...

Insisting that "there is no better Sunday couch chow for the start of football season," Andrew Zimmern says these fie...

This salad from Wesley and Chloe Genovart is like a deconstructed pizza with its warm and rich cheese sauce, both fre...

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