Jan Newberry

Warm Mixed Greens
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Gerald Hirigoyen's greens may include kale, escarole, collards, Swiss chard, mustard and beet greens; kale and collards will take slightly longer to cook.Plus: More Vegetable Recipes and Tips
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Turkey Stock
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Spicy Bloody Marys
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Here's a very potent version of the quintessential brunch drink. Classic Cocktail Recipes
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Butterflying pork tenderloins—slicing them almost in half lengthwise and spreading them open—helps the meat cook faster and creates a larger surface area for the spice marinade to penetrate.Plus: More Grilling Recipes and Tips
Butterflying pork tenderloins—slicing them almost in half lengthwise and spreading them open—helps the meat cook faster and creates a larger surface area for the spice marinade to penetrate.Plus: More Grilling Recipes and Tips
Coriander Beef with Tortillas
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The beef's spicy poaching broth can be reserved and used as the base for a hearty black bean soup.Plus: More Beef Recipes and Tips
Chile-Rubbed Lamb Steaks
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Jan Newberry has found that boneless lamb steaks, cut from the meaty sirloin or leg, grill beautifully and quickly because the meat is relatively lean. The lamb is flavored with a chile-accented rub that's mixed with just a bit of olive oil to balance the spices. More Amazing Lamb Recipes
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This salad was inspired by one of Jan Newberry's all-time favorite sandwiches. Chicken tenders, small breast meat "tenderloins," are widely available at supermarkets. If you can't find them, cut 1 pound of skinless, boneless chicken breasts into 2-inch-wide strips. Terrific Green Salads
New Mexico chiles and Anaheims, their mostly milder relatives, can be either red or green. The red ones are riper and often fruitier in flavor. Spicy chorizo sausages are available at supermarkets.Plus: More Pork Recipes and Tips