Creamy Lemon Dressing

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I made this dressing one day when I was craving a lemony tahini dressing, but found myself without tahini. Almond butter made a terrific stand-in. Feel free to use tahini, or even peanut butter, in [...]

Winter Shakshuka with Butternut Squash

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Our Winter Shakshuka gives the popular Israeli dish a cool-weather spin with a thick sauce made from roasted butternut squash.

Crispy Mustard-Coated Brussels Sprouts

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These Brussels sprouts will go down in my history book as the sprouts that flipped my daughter from a sprouts hater to a sprouts lover. In the space of 30 seconds, she went from “Ewww, [...]

Curried Cauliflower “Steaks”

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This is our go-to weeknight meal. Everyone—including our 9-year old daughter—loves these. The number of “steaks” you get off of each cauliflower depends on the size of the head. And don’t worry if you get [...]

Roasted Butternut Squash with Shallots

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This super-simple side dish is terrific on its own or as a base for other creations, from soup to tacos and quesadillas to pasta and pizza.

Simple Dry-Brined Turkey Breast with Sage

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A turkey breast half is a great option for smaller Thanksgiving gatherings -- or if you need a little extra meat to feed a larger crew.

Beef Tacos with Quick-Pickled Radishes

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These easy grilled beef tacos come together in less than 30 minutes. You'll even have leftovers for sandwiches and salads later in the week.

Quick-Pickled Radishes with Dill

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These radishes add a bright note to sandwiches, salads, tacos and even atop pizza or flatbread. You can use any variety of radishes—from common red radishes to glorious watermelon radishes.

Fig Love: Late-Summer Fig and Onion Chutney

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Fig season is in full swing right now. Learn how to select figs, how to store and use them, and try our recipe for End-of-Summer Fig and Onion Chutney.

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