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October/November 2017

Potato and Leek Galette with Rosemary and Sea-Salt Crust

Potatoes and leeks baked in a buttery crust are punctuated with the snap of aged provolone and the flavor of rosemary.

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  • Heirloom Bean Potato Cassoulet

    With deeply developed flavors and aromas that satisfy and entice, this cassoulet has everything you would expect from this homey French classic, except all the meat.

  • Butternut Squash and Swiss Chard Lasagne

    Indulgently cheesy like a traditional lasagne but bursting with the autumnal flavors of squash and chard, this dish makes a satisfying Thanksgiving entrée.

  • 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…

  • Mussels with Fennel and Fregola

    This recipe comes courtesy of my friend chef Joshua McFadden; a dish similar to this is in our cookbook. I love it so much—it’s fragrant, colorful, and satisfying—that I had…

  • Fennel Confit with Grilled Lamb

    Like caramelized onions, slowly cooked fennel becomes deep, rich, and sweet tasting. Paired with a lemony, gremolata-like herb garnish, it’s a great accompaniment to lamb chops coated in crushed fennel…

  • Beer-Brined Pork Chops with Wild Mushroom Stuffing

    Stuffed, seared, and baked, these chops are infused with the flavors of the filling while the juices from the chops seep into the stuffing to make a heavenly marriage of…

  • Pork Chops with Watercress Mashed Potatoes

    The briny bite of the green peppercorns is essential to this sauce and pairs wonderfully with the rich flavors and textures of the dish. If you don’t have them on…

  • Pork Chops Milanese

    You can’t have too much of the sweet-sour dressing to sop up the crispy bites of pork chop—it’s a perfect marriage.

  • Marcona Almond Streusel

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

  • Roast Pork Chops with Baby Artichokes and New Potatoes

    This skillet dinner—with a pinch of cumin and a splash of balsamic—develops a sauce that delivers on flavor. To serve four, you can double the recipe and transfer everything to…

  • Streusel Coffee Cake

    If you’re a fan of New York-style crumb cake, you’re going to love this version, which is more streusel (shown here with Cocoa Cardamom Streusel) than cake. Too much of…

  • Cranberry Streusel Muffins

    Sweet, crumbly streusel balances bursts of tartness from the cranberries in these tender sour-cream muffins. They're shown here with Marcona Almond Streusel, but you can use Cocoa Cardamom Streusel or…

  • Raspberry Jam Bars

    This lunchbox-friendly treat (shown here with Marcona Almond Streusel) is like a fruit crisp in bar-cookie form. Try it with other jam flavors, if you like.

  • Chocolate Chip Oatmeal Streusel Cookies

    Baked nuggets of oaty, nutty streusel (shown here with Marcona Almond Streusel) are right at home in this twist on a classic cookie.

  • Pear and Ginger Crisp

    A liberal topping of streusel (shown here with Coconut Macadamia Streusel) makes the layer of fork-tender juicy-sweet pears a wonderful surprise. Top a serving with a scoop of vanilla ice…

  • Streusel Ice Cream Sundaes with Candied Cherries

    Layers of streusel (shown here with Cocoa Cardamom Streusel) provide a surprising buttery crunch that contrasts with the cool, creamy scoops of ice cream and the luxurious cherries. Imported Italian…

  • Make This Easy Streusel and You're Halfway to Dessert

    Usually a supporting player, this crumbly, buttery topping gets its chance to shine in desserts and baked treats.

  • 4 Dressed-Up Ways to Cook Pork Chops

    Seared, stuffed, pan-roasted, and breaded and pan-fried, these four recipes will soon become some of your favorite go-to dinner options—even for guests.

  • How to Make Pogaca Rolls

    Why these soft dinner rolls from Turkey are perfect with your Thanksgiving turkey

  • Spiced Date-Filled Pogaca Rolls

    The spice mix used here, called baharat, is a signature flavoring at Kilpatrick's café Sofra, and it takes the dried-fruit filling of these soft, airy dinner rolls to the savory…

  • Sausage-Filled Pogaca Rolls

    A sauté of celery, onions, and thyme gives this sausage filling the flavor of a classic Thanksgiving stuffing, making these soft, airy rolls the perfect accompaniment to holiday turkey. Note…

  • Apple-and-Raisin-Stuffed Pogaca Rolls

    While savory rolls are delicious with dinner, sweet ones make a lovely dessert or breakfast treat. This one will remind you of apple pie. Note that there are two sets of…

  • Feta-and-Herb-Filled Pogaca Rolls

    Though this filling couldn’t be easier to make, it packs a bright punch of flavor, and the green flecks make it especially pretty. Note that there are two sets of shaping…

  • Basic Pogaca Dinner Rolls

    Though there are many options for filling pogaca, these light, soft, airy dinner rolls are also delicious plain, shaped into simple rolls and sprinkled with sesame or poppy seeds.

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    Great Finds

  • Great Finds: An Ergonomic Potato Ricer

    If you crave creamy, smooth mashed potatoes, a ricer is the tool to turn from. Like a giant garlic press, these tools force the potato through the tiny holes, creating…

  • Make-Ahead Mushroom Gravy

    Delicious gravy is the unifying factor in the traditional Thanksgiving meal. It's so important that leaving it to the last moment—so that you can incorporate the pan drippings from the…

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