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Chef John Fraser makes a punched up jerk sauce with multiple spices, molasses, soy sauce and Pepsi to coat his tender...

For this lively, bright salad, Carla Hall combines herb-scented red quinoa with radishes, green peas and lima beans. ...

F&W Best New Chef 2014 Ari Taymor doesn't let a single bit of corn go to waste in this soup, combining corn cob b...

For this amped-up quinoa salad, Best New Chef 2014 Dave Beran tosses boiled quinoa and crunchy roasted quinoa with sm...

Kale does double duty here: Some of the leaves are pureed with lemon juice and olive oil for a phenomenal pesto, and ...

Rubbing a simple lemon-and-butter all over a whole chicken before roasting creates super juicy, flavorful meat and cr...

This is the quintessential LaFrieda family comfort food. When butcher Pat LaFrieda was growing up, the meat in the sa...

Andrew Zimmern loves elegant chilled vichyssoise, but in the fall he prefers a heartier version of the classic French...

These beautiful, rustic tarts from author Susan Spungen have a supertender, terrifically tasty crust made with rye fl...

According to Andrew Zimmern, the key to these tender braised duck legs is the balance between the sweet (apples and h...

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