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Tartar sauce is mandatory for many fish dishes, but especially for Fish and Chips. This version results in a fresh, slightly chunky dipping sauce that will make you wonder why you ever bothered with the jarred stuff.
If you can get impeccable beef tenderloin, why not showcase it by serving it as the Parisian bistro classic, steak tartare? An assertive sauce of mashed anchovies (which are optional), capers, Dijon mustard, egg yolks, red onion, and parsley complements the rich mineral flavor of the meat. Read more.
These BLT-meets-breakfast sandwiches are just about everything you could hope for in a brunch entree. Offering a perfect balance of savory and sweet, these hearty sandwiches, using waffles as the “bread,” are sure to wow family and friends.
Deep Fried Turkey with Southern Rub
Deep fried turkeys can seem like a novelty—or worse, a fire hazard—but they are deeply delicious, and done in just 40 minutes. With juicy meat, ultra crispy skin, and great flavor from a Southern rub that permeates the bird overnight, this beautiful turkey just might drive you to invest in a propane fryer. Get the recipe.
Canned Cranberry Sauce: A Thanksgiving Love Story
Possibly the most polarizing food at the Thanksgiving table - Her story, in her own words. Read more.