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Homemade Cheese Spread with Garlic and Herbs

Here's a DIY version of the flavored, spreadable Gournay cheese originally from France.

Author: Rhoda Boone

Harira (Spiced Moroccan Vegetable Soup with Chickpeas, Cilantro, and Lemon)

A Muslim staple to break the daily fast of Ramadan, this soup has crossed over to the Moroccan Jewish tradition of breaking the fast of Yom Kippur.

Author: Joan Nathan

Caramelized Onion Pasta

All you need for this tasty dinner is a bag of onions, garlic, some dried pasta, and cheese. Caramelizing sliced onions in a little butter and olive oil makes them become sweet and yielding, almost luscious....

Author: Samantha Seneviratne

Chicken à la King

Among the many stories regarding the origins of this dish, the one we deemed "most likely, and most likely to succeed" came to us in 1944. E. Clarke King of Dayton, Ohio, sent us "the original recipe,"...

Oven Risotto with Crispy Roasted Mushrooms

Yes, you can make risotto without all the stirring-just pop it in the oven. And while that oven is on, use it to crisp up a bunch of mushrooms.

Author: Anna Stockwell

Pasta with Shrimp in Tomato Cream

Chicken stock, cream, vermouth, and sun-dried tomatoes thicken into a decadent sauce for this easy seafood pasta.

Author: Colu Henry

Dill Sauce

This dill sauce recipe accompanies Fish Mixed Grill .

Author: James Beard

Parsley Garlic Butter

A spoonful of this classic compound butter, known as maître d'hôtel butter, makes an instant sauce for anything from grilled steak to sautéed chicken to steamed vegetables. It can also be stirred into...

Sausage and White Bean "Cassoulet"

An easy Sausage and White Bean Cassoulet that can be prepared in 45 minutes or less.

Roasted Salmon With Green Herbs

This is a great last-minute dinner. I can pick up the salmon on the way home, and I've usually got some herbs in the garden, and the rest of the ingredients in the pantry. Roasting is so much less stressful...

Author: Ina Garten

Spiced Herb Marinade for Fish

Chermoula is a traditional North African marinade for fish, especially in Morocco where, surprisingly, it's often used with shad. It has become very popular recently with North American restaurant chefs...

Author: Nancy Harmon Jenkins

Grandma Stoll's Moist Dressing

Author: Nathalie Dupree

Polenta With Mushrooms

This easy slurry method-from Mark Bittman's How to Cook Everything: The Basics-takes polenta into weekday fare. And this recipe shows how to make a deeply flavored mushroom sauce with the simple addition...

Author: Mark Bittman

Beets in Vinaigrette

Author: Edna Lewis

Bibb Lettuce Salad

Author: Thomas Keller

Soft Shelled Crabs Meunière

A quick fry of soft-shelled crabs gets topped with brown butter and parsley.

Jacques's French Potato Salad

Author: Julia Child

Fried Clams

Author: Joey Campanaro

Grilled Chicken Salad with Romesco Sauce

Purée grilled bell peppers, almond butter, sherry vinegar, and garlic into an irresistibly smoky-sweet sauce that's great served with a crunchy grilled chicken salad.

Author: Anna Stockwell

Lobster with Garlic Butter

There's enough garlic butter here to drench every morsel of lobster meat-you'll want to serve crusty bread on the side to soak it all up. An easy Lobster with Garlic Butter recipe.

Author: Marco Pierre White

Grilled Halibut with Chimichurri

Author: Lillian Chou

Blender Chermoula Sauce

Made with fresh herbs, garlic, lemon, and warm spices, this Moroccan chermoula sauce makes a great marinade and finishing sauce for grilled steak and seafood.

Chicken Pelau

Pelau, rice cooked with meat and vegetables, really exemplifies Trinidadian cuisine because it is an admixture of various cooking styles.

Author: Ramin Ganeshram

Roasted Cauliflower with Lemon Zest, Parsley, Capers, and Jalapeño

Roasted cauliflower has a nutty, sweet flavor that's hard to resist. My son has eaten it two or three times a week since he was three years old-that's a lot of cauliflower! To avoid a rut, I've added various...

Author: Athena Calderone