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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...

Chef Joshua Walker flavors the snapper here with ginger, lemongrass and kaffir lime, then steams it on a plate to col...

Using sweet corn in a creamy, silky panna cotta makes for an unexpected and delicious summer dessert. Slideshow: Pan...

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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Chef Abraham Conlon learned to make this lemony, sambal oelek-like sauce from a Mozambican chef in Lisbon. Any fresh...

Fresh apricots become a tangy fruit butter that’s perfect with fresh ricotta and crackers or simple buttered toast. ...

Roasted garlic seasons this pork shoulder, which slow-cooks until tender and deeply flavorful. Shred it and top with ...

Grating fresh tomatoes on the large holes of a box grater is the easiest no-peel, no-strain way to puree them. Here, ...

F&W’s Kay Chun combines tomatoes and just-off-the-cob corn for an excellent summer dish; adding bulgur turns it i...

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