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These fresh, light corn-and-shrimp dumplings from F&W’s Kay Chun are a cinch to make. Slideshow: Dumplings, Gyoz...

This unusual, colorful salsa from chef Jose Enrique combines green peas and creamy diced avocado with a hit of lime. ...

Food stylist and author Susan Spungen loves buying produce at the farms near her home in East Hampton, and this soup ...

Judy Joo’s tangy Asian dressing is a superb (and quick) way to dress up Broccolini and mushrooms. Slideshow: Broccol...

Chef Erik Anderson puts his own twist on classic Greek avgolemono, the egg-and-lemon soup, turning it into a lemony c...

The trick with roasting tomatoes is to start them at high heat, then lower the oven temperature and slow-roast them t...

F&W’s Kay Chun transforms her creamy potato salad with crisp green beans and a lovely tarragon-shallot vinaigrett...

F&W’s Kay Chun adds tart Granny Smith apple and fresh dill to her crisp potato pancakes, which she serves plain o...

Chef and TV personality Judy Joo tops these silky, light and supersimple egg custards with sweet shrimp, fresh scalli...

Hidden at the bottom of each ramekin of this creamy custard from star chef Ludo Lefebvre is a caramelized sautée...

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