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    Roasted Lemons with White Beans, Olives, Herbs, and Shrimp

    Because this dish uses all of the lemon, it may, on first bite, taste a bit bitter. Still, the mix of flavors—the sweet shrimp, creamy beans, and briny olives—conspires to…

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    Pizza with Lemon and Burrata

    Creamy cheese and paper-thin slices of lemon make an incredible bite of pizza; the tang of the fruit marries well with the mellow cheese. Use a large serrated bread knife…

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    Poached Fluke in Lemon Brodo

    Fragrant with lemon, this light, utterly simple fish dish is a joy to cook and eat. Serve it with some good crusty bread to dunk in the broth.

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    Kale and Caramelized Onion Turnovers with Lemon and Pine Nuts

    Slowly sautéing onions brings out a deep, sweet caramelized flavor that works wonderfully with the earthy kale, tangy lemon, and crisp, buttery phyllo.

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    Mashed Cauliflower with Garlic and Anchovy

    This rich mash works well as a side, but my favorite way to serve it is heaped on crostini for a robust nibble.

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    Braised Broccoli Raab with White Wine and Garlic

    Think of this as the Italian version of “potlikker” greens—broccoli raab, simmered on the stovetop with lots of garlic, wine, extra-virgin olive oil, and spicy pepper flakes. The dish actually…

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    Oven-Braised Celery Hearts with Pancetta

    Minced celery is an essential flavor base for many soups, stews, and sauces, but sometimes, this aromatic vegetable deserves to be the star of the show, as it is here,…

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    Slow-Cooked Green Beans with Olive Oil, Salt, and Vinegar

    Though this dish doesn’t cook as long as some other slow-cooked Italian vegetables, it takes the green beans past the usual crisp-tender and lets them cook until fully softened. It’s…

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    Slow-Cooked Swiss Chard and Potatoes

    This classic side dish hails from Abruzzo. I grew up eating it and still make it often because it’s so soothingly good. I love it as a side to roast…

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    Spicy Beef Rolls

    Flaky cigar-shaped phyllo rolls filled with meat seasoned with the warm spices of cumin, cinnamon, allspice, and cayenne are delightful when served with refreshing tzatziki or your favorite marinara sauce…