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Diana Andrews

Diana Andrews is a food editor and the test kitchen manager at Fine Cooking Magazine. In addition to developing original recipes for the magazine and many of its partners, she tests and adapts all recipes from our WGBH television show, Moveable Feast with Fine Cooking. Prior to working at the magazine, she worked at Dressing Room and Park Avenue Seasonal restaurants, and the James Beard Foundation. She is a graduate of the Institute of Culinary Education and is a certified food safety manager.

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    Pistachio Pesto Pasta Primavera

    In this pretty dish, the vegetables are shaved to mimic the pasta. Blanching the parsley makes the pesto more vivid, but you may omit that step.

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    Tequila-Lime Chicken Thighs

    Golden reposado tequila is used in this recipe for its woody, smoky personality, which complements the chipotle chile and the char of the grill. For a full, robust tequila flavor,…

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    Vegetable and Quinoa Soup with Sweet and Hot Roasted Jícama

    This zesty soup is perfect on a cold day. When served with the toasted baguette and garlic butter, it makes a satisfying meal.

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    Sweet and Hot Roasted Jícama

    Jícama is more prized for its fresh crunch than its mild flavor. Roasted, it still has crunch but is sweeter, which makes a toss with hot sauce welcome. It's good…

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    Spicy Chicken Larb with Thai-Style Roasted Cabbage

    The unofficial national dish of Laos, larb is also popular in Thailand and exemplifies the bold flavors of the region. Usually served with fresh vegetables as a salad, it’s made…

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    Thai-Style Roasted Cabbage

    Peppery cabbage becomes delightfully sweet post roast. Paired with a Thai-inspired dressing, it makes a perfect side for steak and a great base for Spicy Chicken Larb.

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    Roasted Green Beans

    Roasting green beans creates caramelized notes that pair well with bright lemon zest. Serve the beans with roasted chicken or seared salmon, or use them in Roasted Green Bean Panzanella.

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    Rigatoni with Roasted Artichokes, Sun-Dried Tomatoes, and Olives

    Tender roasted artichokes and crispy panko add nutty, toasted flavors to a pasta brimming with briny olives and sweet sun-dried tomatoes.

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    Garlicky Roasted Artichoke Hearts

    Panko adds crunch to this Italian-inspired side; it pairs well with a seared flaky fish like cod. The artichokes also add flavor and texture to Pasta with Roasted Artichokes, Sun-Dried…

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    Roasted Green Bean Panzanella Salad

    Roasted green beans make this summery salad work well in colder months. On its own, it makes a great vegetarian main dish, but it also serves as a hearty side…