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This incredibly quick and easy dish from New Orleans chef Donald Link's Down South cookbook features tuna steaks poac...

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...

While this tasty little potted ham can be eaten right away, it's also an excellent make-ahead party dish that can sit...

Chef Chad Colby uses fresh bay leaves on these fresh swordfish skewers, which imparts a lovely fragrance to the dish....

Steamed mustard greens are tossed with sambal matah, a raw Balinese sauce made with shallots and lemongrass. It's fra...

Unlike sweet butter, which is made from fresh cream, European-style cultured butter is made by adding live cultures i...

Chef Kuniko Yagi cooks these tender, crispy rice balls on the grill but they are also perfect made in a grill pan. S...

Dave Chang first made this recipe at a food conference in Copenhagen, when he had very little to work with. He simmer...

Fregola (toasted Sardinian pasta) has an appealing texture in this tasty dish, where it's combined with smoky paprika...

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