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A cousin of chicory, underappreciated endive also has a slightly bitter taste. Here it is braised with sweet butter and a touch of sugar to balance out any bitterness, making it perfect served alongside a simple steak for an easy weeknight meal.
Elaine Johnson, associate food editor for Sunset magazine, preps baby artichokes the way you're supposed to, removing the stem and all of the tough outer leaves. What might surprise you is how many of those leaves you need to take off. It's a lot. Then you cook the artichokes up real good!
Chicken adobo, a Flilipino classic, is a dish of meat or poultry braised in a vinegary sauce. This rendition combines chicken thighs, onions, garlic, ginger, soy sauce, and rice vinegar in a slow cooker for a dinner that's supremely easy and delicious. Steam plenty of rice on the side to soak up the sauce. Read more.
These braised beef short ribs are ready in just 30 minutes thanks to the pressure cooker method. The cola in the rich gravy doesn't overpower, but perfectly balances soy sauce, Worcestershire sauce, and the spices in the rub. Read more.