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Popular in French cuisine, fines herbes is a classic blend with a delicately balanced bouquet of fresh tender herbs. Use fines herbes to season mildly flavored dishes, such as omelets, fish, and vegetables.
1Using only fresh herbs, combine 2 tablespoons chopped Italian parsley, 2 tablespoons chopped chervil, 1 tablespoon finely chopped thyme, 2 tablespoon snipped chives, and 4 teaspoons chopped tarragon. This mixture should be chopped just before use, as it deteriorates quickly.
Gail Simmons gives us her list of pantry must-haves. Ingredients you should always have around to enhance and boost the flavor of all your meals. It's the little things that keep life interesting. Read more here.
Chefs Joanne Chang and Karen Akunowicz from Myers + Chang in Boston, show us how to use lemongrass. It's the central ingredient in their Green Monster, infusing the stir-fry with unique bright, citrusy, and floral-herbal fragrance. Read more.
Summer is in full swing, which (hopefully) means trips to the park or the beach. If you’re taking a picnic along, you should know a few food safety rules so you can pack, transport, and eat your meal without the threat of food poisoning. Liz Weinandy
Beef ribs can stand up to strong flavors. Here, a spicy-sweet rub with chili powder, cumin, cayenne, garlic, and brown sugar coats the meat, which is roasted to tenderness. Finishing on the grill with a smoky chipotle barbecue sauce ensures the meat gets a nice char and the sauce lacquers. Read more.
Justin Chapple, Food & Wine Deputy Test Kitchen Editor, is back this week with another killer Mad Genius Tip—an ice cream cake made of store-bought ice cream sandwiches, that requires just minutes of prep time.