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  • Moveable Feast

    Northern New Mexico Steak Tartare with Green Chile Aïoli

    The sweet, rich flavor and creamy texture of the beef resides well with the crisp vegetables and briny bite of cornichons. Working with raw meat while it is partially frozen…

  • Recipe

    Cocoa Cardamom Streusel

    This streusel offers a satisfying crunch delivered from the cacao nibs while the cardamom offers a sweet, floral undertone.

  • Recipe

    Marcona Almond Streusel

    Buttery Marcona almonds enhance this classic cinnamony streusel with a salty crunch

  • Recipe

    Shaved Fennel Salad with Oranges, Black Olives, and Pistachios

    With its sweet and salty flavors, this colorful salad makes a superb first course and would also work well as a side to a rich braise. A short soak in…

  • Recipe

    Shaved Cucumber Salad

    This bright, crisp, and refreshing salad pairs well with stir-fries or with seared steak or salmon.

  • Recipe

    Sweet and Spicy Tuna Tartines

    This elevated open-face tuna sandwich packs a ton of disparate flavors that come together for an incredible bite.

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    Chickpea Salad Pita Pockets

    This protein-packed vegetarian sandwich is perfect for packing in lunch boxes. Think of it as a heartier twist on that kid-favorite carrot-raisin salad. For a variation, try adding a pinch or…

  • How-To

    Simple, Summery Tomato-Bread Salads

    Juicy, vine-ripened beauties shine in satisfying no-cook dishes.

  • Recipe

    Lime Leaf Pico de Gallo

    Lime leaves have a strong citrus flavor, so a little goes a long way. Serve with an assortment of favorite chips like tortilla, taro, plantain, and potato.

  • Recipe

    Banana-Berry Smoothie

    This breakfast or snack-time smoothie is a great way to use the calcium-rich whey that's left over after you strain regular yogurt to make Greek yogurt.