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This lasagna tastes very rich, even though it really isn’t. It combines an olive oil béchamel with a simple mushroom ragout and Parmesan cheese. I prefer no-boil lasagna noodles because they’re lighter than regular lasagna noodles. But I still boil them because I think the results are better if they’re cooked until they’re flexible (a couple of minutes) first.
Mushrooms make a meaty quesadilla filling. If you cook them in advance and keep them in the refrigerator, you can slap these together in a pinch.
Mushrooms show all their earthy intensity when blended into a terrine. Use an assortment, including shiitake, cremini and oyster, and even some wild ones like chanterelles, porcini or morels.
Smoky pork ribs are an irresistible meal at any time of year.
This full-flavored recipe is a diabolically delicious collision of the plant and animal worlds.
The flavors here meld seamlessly to create this rich, savory pasta dish.
In this dish, mushrooms contribute earthiness to the sauce while the ginger
sharpens it a bit.
Winter squash can seem dauntingly impenetrable but it's worth the effort. Here, sweet butternut squash is combined with salty ricotta salata.
The rhythms of life have changed so much that the idea of shelling peas for a weeknight meal is pretty much out of the question. That’s why it’s so delightful that grocers now stock fresh spring peas, out of the pod, bright and not too starchy. Combine them with crab to make a fast and quite tasty salad in less time than it would have taken to shell the peas.
This healthy desert option is perfect for when the fruits of summer give way to apples and pears.
This juicy rib-eye steak takes only 15 minutes to prepare.
The quick marinade used here is the perfect complement to this simple dish.
Purists will only use a mortar and pestle to make pesto,
but using a hand blender inside a straight-sided jar also
gets great results. Here, the mushrooms provide a gentle,
savory vehicle for delivering pesto’s sharp, green flavor.
Eating this dish is like eating a salad and a pizza at the same time.
Like pasta, pizza is one of the easiest meals to make fast and vary endlessly. Here, fresh tomatoes should be seeded and drained to keep the dough from becoming soggy.