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Japanese Rice is a short- to medium-grain white rice. When properly cooked, it tends to form clumps. Serve it plain w...

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The goal in cooking this dish is to end up with separate fluffy grains of rice that are not at all moist. The tasties...

These crisp white and orange pancakes are great with roast meat or poultry and almost any fish.

According to Alex Garcia, chef-owner of Erizo Latino restaurant in New York City, there are two secrets to true Cuban...

If oyster and Portobello mushrooms are unavailable, white mushrooms will do nicely. Plus: More Vegetable Recipes a...

If you're wondering whether you need another potato gratin recipe in your repertoire, this creamy, caramelized anise-...

Red chard makes this earthy dish more festive, though you can use green chard instead. Cooking the chard stems and le...

These simple, hearty mashed potatoes owe their rich creaminess to buttermilk and their appealing texture to toasted p...

Cary Neff uses this versatile nutty, fruity wild rice as a pretty side dish and as an unusual stuffing for grape leav...

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This is a dish with Sichuan and Hunan roots. Customarily, the eggplant is deep-fried, then stir-fried. I've reduc...

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The hollows of the halved squash hold a mixture of mustard and maple syrup that becomes a delicious sauce.

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