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These deeply flavorful carrots are cooked in chicken stock until tender, then simmered with maple syrup so they're we...

"I poured all of my culinary knowledge into this peasant one-pot meal," says chef Jose Garces, whose family is from E...

For this deeply satisfying soup, chefs Anna Trattles and Alice Quillet roast cauliflower with cumin seeds and curry p...

While most recipes simply call for boiling or roasting beets, the salt-roasting method here is chef Ashley Christense...

For this simple kale dish, the chopped leaves are cooked in garlic-and-chile-spiked oil until just wilted, then garni...

Celebrity chef Curtis Stone puts a special spin on roast chicken, braising it in an aromatic sauce with beans and fen...

Cooks often braise short ribs, but here, the rich ribs are marinated in a mix of apple juice, lemon juice and soy sau...

The smart idea here: adding fragrant, smoky-flavored Lapsang souchong tea to the buttery crust, which is filled with ...

Main-course salads are perfect for light dinners; this one—with nourishing lentils, almonds and plenty of spice-roast...

This wintry beer cocktail is low in alcohol, making it perfect as an aperitif. Plus: More Cocktail Recipes

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