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  • Recipe

    White Wine & Elderflower Gløgg

    Throughout December, Scandinavians meet outside to drink the hot spiced wine punch known as gløgg (pronounced "gleug") and sing carols—it’s like a cocktail party in the snow. Red wine is…

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    Spice-Cured Salmon with Beets & Horseradish Cream

    Cured salmon (gravad lax) is quintessentially Scandinavian. It's served in every season, but this version is perfect for Christmas, thanks to the festive warm spices and orange zest. The tangy…

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    Toffee-Style Brittle

    This boiled candy is a good one to have in your repertoire because it’s so versatile. Depending on your add-ins, it can be classic or offbeat, sweet or spicy. Be…

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    Persimmon Cake with Crème Fraîche and Maple Pecans

    Crisp, crunchy varieties of persimmons, like Fuyus, are great eaten out of hand, sliced into salads, and diced into salsas, but this cake, inspired by farmer James Birch of Flora…

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    Spiced “Pumpkin” Fritters with Chocolate Sauce and Candied Pepitas

    Think of these as pumpkin-pie doughnuts. Do I need to say more? Oh, with chocolate sauce and candied, spiced pepitas. I actually find fried desserts to be great for dinner…

  • Moveable Feast

    Chocolate Mousse with Black Rice Porridge and Spice-Poached Sour Cherries

    Combining the best elements of Asian porridge (or “congee,” as it’s known in much of the Asian world) and Mexican chocolate-spice combinations, this dessert is complex and darkly dramatic, with…

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    Carrot-Spice Bread

    If you like carrot cake you'll love this sweet, tender quickbread, which is loaded with grated carrots, dried currants, and warm spices like cinnamon and cardamom.

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    Jeweled Brown Basmati Rice and Quinoa (Morassa Polo)

    This dish gets its name from the gemlike red barberries and green pistachios that sparkle on its surface. It's a regal dish that's typically reserved for special occasions. Although there…

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    Date-and-Walnut-Filled Cookies (Koloocheh)

    These butter cookies are unmistakably Middle Eastern; Persian Jews make them at Purim, while Arabic Christians eat a similar cookie at Easter, as do Muslims during various Eid celebrations. The…

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    Curried Lamb with Apricots and Almonds

    This sweet and aromatic curry is based on the traditional sali boti of Parsi cuisine in western India. For the best flavor, use dried Turkish apricots, which will provide a…