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  • Moveable Feast

    Herb Salad with Pistachios and Raisins

    Sesame tahini adds a nutty, earthy flavor to this salad.

  • Recipe


    This traditional falafel condiment is the fiery Middle Eastern answer to pesto. It’s commonly made with cilantro, but parsley and mint take its place in this version. If you’re a…

  • Article

    How to Fry Herbs

    Learn to make fried herbs, a lively, tasty garnish

  • Article

    What is a bouquet garni?

    Find out what's in a bouquet garni

  • Recipe

    Rosemary Grissini

    These rich, buttery breadsticks are a great garnish for Heirloom Tomato, Burrata, and Basil Verrines. They’re also a delicious snack all on their own.

  • Recipe

    May Day Radish and Parsley Salad with Lemon and Ginger

    Pretty in pink and green, this bright little salad makes a festive addition to a spring lunch or brunch, especially one starring fish, shrimp, or crab. Crystallized ginger is the…

  • Recipe

    Fresh Charmoula

    Ask a Moroccan what charmoula is, and you’ll get a description of a lemony mixture of spices, garlic, and fresh herbs that’s used primarily to marinate or sauce fish. But…

  • Recipe

    Creamy Lemon and Herb Sauce

    Pulverizing the herbs makes their flavor stronger, a good thing for a cold sauce where flavors can be muted. This lemony sauce is wonderful paired with Sear-Roasted Beef Tenderloin, and…

  • Recipe

    Chimichurri Sauce for Beef Tenderloin

    Based on an Argentine sauce for grilled meats, this zingy condiment, originally developed to accompany a Sear-Roasted Beef Tenderloin, brightens up any wintertime roast.

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    Tangy Rosemary and Tomato Sauce

    Fresh rosemary adds its piny perfume to this intensely flavored tomato sauce. It's great with Sear-Roasted Beef Tenderloin, but it's delicious paired with roast chicken, pork, or lamb, too.