Right after the New Year is a great time to experiment with new recipes or new ingredients! This recipe is inspired by a dish I had at a restaurant in NYC last winter called Flex Mussels.
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Prepare to be amazed – you can sous-vide your turkey cuts as far as a month in advance by chilling, then freezing the bags. On Thanksgiving Day, reheat the turkey in the sous-vide water bath and then sear the pieces to complete the process just before serving.
Cinnamon sticks and thyme in the braised dish add a warm aroma while sliced onions add a sweet flavor and when braised have a jam-like consistency. Carrots, celery and chunks of butternut squash accompany the lamb.
Nothing says summer gatherings like meals that can be easily made in large quantities and set out on a big table for a laid back dinner party.
In this recipe a whole chicken is broken down and arranged on a sheet pan with an assortment of spring vegetables and lemon.
The racks of lamb are seasoned with salt and pepper and coated in a garlicky pistachio crust and then roasted and finished with a drizzle of homemade pomegranate glaze.
For the longest time I wasn’t a fan of spicy foods, I couldn’t handle the heat. Pepperoni was even too spicy for me, but I have some a long way since then. Now I enjoy the depth a spice mixture like harissa adds to a dish. The spicy North African condiment livens up the lentils without overpowering the other flavors. If you aren’t a big fan of spicy foods add a little harissa at a time.