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Chef Seamus Mullen loads these flavor-packed lamb meatballs with almonds, basil, parsley, mint, oregano and thyme, th...

Marjorie Taylor adapted this creamy veal stew from Julia Child's Mastering the Art of French Cooking. She emphasizes ...

This velvety, spiced squash soup has layers of flavor, thanks to red chiles, tangy lemon juice and apple cider vinega...

To dress up a moist, delicious coffee cake, F&W's Justin Chapple adds sweet pears and crunchy nuts to the generou...

Puttanesca is a classic southern Italian pasta sauce made with tomatoes, capers and olives. Here, it lends a ton of f...

The traditional dish usually marinates overnight, but this lighter, quicker version is equally delicious. Slideshow:...

For this hearty salad, Marjorie Taylor sautés fresh wild mushrooms, but occasionally, she substitutes sliced pea...

This fresh, sweet and tangy salad from Diane Cu and Todd Porter gets its pleasant crunch from sliced almonds and bean...

This great creamed spinach recipe calls for herbes salées or salted herbs, a Canadian seasoning staple. It's mad...

These just might be the world's best and most indulgent baked potatoes. First they're stuffed with sour cream and Par...

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