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Chicken with Tomatoes and Prunes

Author: Diane Kochilas

Carrot Ginger Tea Bread

Author: Judith Choate

Prunes in Crispy Bacon

This delicious combination provides a mouthful of contrasts-crispy savoury bacon and soft, melting sweet prunes-great served hot or cold. Substitute the prunes with dried apricots for an equally tasty...

Author: Nathalie Benezet

Pumpkin Maple Nut Bread

Author: Barbara H. Anderson

Chicken with Carrots, Prunes and Rice

Author: Rachel Shakerchi

Oatmeal Raisin Cookies

Author: James L. Bull

Quince Stew (Chorosht'e Be)

Author: Reyna Simnegar

Prune Sauce for Meat or Game

Author: James Beard

Brochette de Lapin aux Pruneaux

We came up with this alternative to braised rabbit as a way to eat rabbit in the summer. If possible, ask the butcher to bone a rabbit for you. Be sure to distinguish between the legs and the loins (or...

Author: Fredéric Morin

Grilled Flatfish With Pistachio Herb Sauce

Flatfish is ideal for grilling if you cut it into wide planks but leave the skin and bones intact. The skin insulates its tender meat during grilling, and the bones help keep the pieces together.

Author: Brad Leone

Pork Marbella

We took the classic, beloved Chicken Marbella recipe from The Silver Palate Cookbook and made it weeknight-friendly by using quick-cooking pork tenderloin instead.

Author: Adam Rapoport

Chocolate Torte

Author: Philippe Niez

Rockin' Moroccan Stew

Author: Mark Scriver

Norwegian Baked Prune Custard

Author: Nika Standen Hazelton

Tagine Bil Kok

Author: Kitty Morse

Sweet and Salty Fish Collars

The collar of a large fish is the part between the head and the body; it has a (healthy omega-3) richness. Baste with a naturally sweet and salty sauce.

Author: Mads Refslund

Baked Apples with Prunes, Almonds, and Amaretto

For an easy make-ahead dessert recipe that's also a showstopper, look no further. Pouring the cream over at the table adds a dramatic touch.

Prune Tequila Ice Cream

Author: Claire Archibald

Harvest Tart

Author: Sheila Lukins