Dayna’s Matzo Ball Soup

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Dayna Macy, author of "Ravenous," shares a matzo ball soup recipe fit for a feast--or for a comforting meal any night.

Roasted Asparagus with Miso, Honey and Lime Zest

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A bright and zingy (and super easy) way with asparagus that pairs wonderfully with Asian dishes.

Fennel & Mint Raita

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A traditional Indian condiment gets a spring makeover with fennel and mint.

Red Lentil Dal with Caramelized Onions

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Redolent with spices and bursting with flavor, this Indian-cuisine staple is a comforting dish at the end of a long day.

Wild Mushrooms Roasted in Parchment

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In her new book, "Tender," Seattle Chef Tamara Murphy shares a super-simple way to roast wild mushrooms.

Caramelized Sunchokes with Meyer Lemon Zest & Parsley

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Sauteing sunchokes in a little olive oil, butter and sugar transforms a homely tuber into a beautiful side dish.

Alberto’s Grilled Marinated Asparagus

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Use this asparagus--simple and addictive--as part of an antipasto dish, tossed with pasta, or simply snacking on out of hand.

Pearled Barley Risotto with Peas, Pecorino & Prosciutto

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Pearled barley yields a creamy, toothsome risotto. And here’s your language lesson for the day: The Italian word for barley is orzo (not to be confused with the rice-shaped pasta of the same name), and risotto made with barley is called orzotto. Yes, we probably should call this orzotto, but most people will think of this as risotto. In any case, it’s delicious by any name. This recipe also would be tasty with pearled farro (labeled farro perlato) if you find it at gourmet markets, in which case, this would be farrotto.

Spring Vegetable Curry

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This recipe transforms fresh spring veggies into a fragrant, satisfying curry. Serve with purple or red rice for a stunning bowl.

Spring Soupe au Pistou

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This simple Provencal-style soupe au pistou is the Provencal Is a delicious way to showcase delicate spring leeks and sugar snap peas.