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Use this easy sauce of capers, parsley, and shallots to top everything from grilled meats and fish to a steak sandwich. Don’t confuse it with Mexican salsa verde, made from tomatillos and chiles; it’s just not the same thing!
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.
Crunch and zing are often missing from the holiday spread; these crispy, cheesy cauliflower florets with fresh lemon-parsley sauce achieve both. Serve with classic holiday dishes at Thanksgiving, or with roasted fish on any weeknight.
A super hot pan, preheated under the broiler, will help to brown the underside of the steak while the broiler chars the top and cooks the meat through. The broccoli stems will become crisp-tender while the florets get deliciously frizzled.
Take avocado beyond guacamole when you turn them into those delightful combinations. With a mild and creamy texture, avocado is wonderful when paired with fresh mango, strawberries and citrus. Learn how to make all three with ease.