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    The martini is the great-grandfather of all stirred cocktails. I’ve found a 5:1 gin-to-vermouth ratio to be most pleasing to the greatest number of martini drinkers.

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    Corn on the Cob with Green Olive Tapenade

    All-American corn on the cob meets Mediterranean flavor in this quick side dish, perfect for pairing with grilled fish. Microwaving the corn is speedy, but you can only cook four…

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    Tangy Fish Tagine with Preserved Lemons, Olives, and Vegetables

    Moroccan cooks traditionally build savory fish tagines like this one on a base of fresh vegetables. Because the vegetables take longer to cook than the fish, take a cue from…

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    Roasted Chicken, Chickpea, and Cauliflower Salad

    This party-worthy main-course salad is a wonderful combination of roasted chicken thighs and cauliflower, chickpeas, pickled red onions, olives, and peppery arugula. It’s simultaneously refreshing and filling.

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    Warm Spiced Olives

    This recipe gives you two hors d’oeuvres in one—fragrant spiced olives and an infused oil that’s perfect for dipping crusty bread.

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    Tomato, Basil, Burrata, and Apple Balsamic Salad

    Acorn-fed pigs and a two-year curing period make Jamón Ibérico a delicacy. The Spanish ham is the salty yang to the yin of this salad’s mild Italian Burrata.

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    Poached Cod with Green Olives and Potato Purée

    Cod's silky texture makes it a natural for this at-home "sous-vide" poaching method. Salting for an hour before marinating firms it up and makes it flaky after cooking. It’s delicious…

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    Sardines Veracruz with Roasted Tomato Confit and Olive Tapenade

    If you’ve not tried them, fresh sardines are wonderful, a completely different animal than canned. This particular preparation of briny sardines shows them in their best light.If you have the…

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    Slow-Cooked Ropa Vieja

    The name of this traditional Caribbean dish means old clothes, partly because of the way the beef shreds into tatters. You’ll get the right texture by cooking the beef until…

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    Shaved Watermelon Radish and Asparagus Salad with Castelvetrano Olives and Gouda

    This salad is a beautiful mosaic of complementary textures and fresh spring flavors. Look for magenta-centered watermelon radishes at farmers’ markets. If you can’t track them down, substitute another radish…