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Your Menu For the Week of November 18, 2019

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Scott Phillips

You can make Vietnamese pho on a weeknight, albeit a shortcut version that doctors store-bought broth with charred ginger and onions and fragrant spices. It’s still pretty darn delicious. The week is rounded out by some savory Southwestern-inspired pancakes and a little Oktoberfest-in-November. Get the shopping list here (ingredients for suggested side dishes not included on the list).

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    Sausage with Red Cabbage and Apples

    Fully cooked sausages are a great choice for speedy weeknight dinners. Pair them with red cabbage braised in beer plus vinegar, cloves, and red currant jelly for your own mini Oktoberfest.

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    Potato-Chip-Crusted Cod with Shallot-Tarragon Sauce

    Crushed potato chips make a quick, crisp coating for fish, while the remoulade-style sauce makes the dish a standout.

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    Pan-Seared Steak with Caper-Anchovy Butter

    Some grocers mistakenly label tri-tip steak as sirloin tips, so feel free to ask if there's any question. Tri-tip steak should be thick and nicely marbled. Course, if you can’t find tri-tip, this butter is great with any cut of steak. And, don't skip the ridiculously-easy-to-make flavored butter. It elevates the dish from ordinary to elegant.

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    Cheddar-Jalapeño Corn Pancakes

    Reminiscent of cornbread, these pancakes are powerhouses of flavor: They’ve got smoky bacon, rich cheddar, and spicy chiles, offset by cool avocado, bright lime, and fresh cilantro. You can substitute poblanos or other fresh chiles for the jalapeños, if you like.

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    Quick Chicken Pho

    The authentic version of this fragrant Vietnamese noodle soup starts with a broth made from scratch. Here, purchased broth is simmered with charred ginger and onion and lots of spices for a quick flavor boost. Serve with hot sauce if you like a little heat.

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