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Shrimp is a terrific weeknight food not only because it cooks in less than five minutes, but also because it marries well with so many flavors. A perfect partner is lemongrass, with its unmistakable citrus taste.
In and around Rome, it's not hard to find a simple but powerful tomato sauce spiked with garlic, chilies and mint.
This pork and shrimp burger is seasoned with soy and ginger, garlic, pickled peppers and cabbage.
This elemental preparation of lamb-grilling it with nothing but a garlic rub, salt and freshly ground pepper-showcases the meat’s flavor.
Virtually effortless to prepare, this dish celebrates one
of life’s greatest gastronomic pleasures: succulent, unadulterated chicken.
Mushrooms and barley are a classic combination, but brown rice is also very nice with this dish, and it cooks faster. Whichever you use, simmer the grain in abundant water and used the drained water to moisten the mushrooms and chard.
The steak, which is generously streaked with fat and highly flavored, is scented in this instance with juniper berries, thyme and garlic. You can grill it, broil it or even sauté it. Mash some potatoes, roast baby potatoes in the oven or make a salad of tender greens.
This recipe delivers a burst of juicy, earthy flavor.
This crisp salad of smoked sablefish, spiked with a mustard-horseradish cream and a generous spoonful of wild salmon caviar, comes together quickly, yet it wows.
Creamy goat cheese is the perfect complement to rich smoked salmon.
Spread out small soft rolls or uniform slices of bread or toast, top each in assembly-line fashion with a filling, a dressing and garnishes, cover, arrange on a platter and serve.
The creamy, dill-laced yogurt sauce perfectly sets off the smoky trout in this sandwich.
This traditional American barbecue is time-consuming, but it would be difficult to find a better way to flavor and prepare barbecued brisket.
No need for costly jumbo lump crab meat; for this recipe, the fresh, pasteurized variety works perfectly.
These skewers are quite small, only two ounces per portion, and cut thin for quick cooking. If you’d rather have a sit-down meal, there’s no reason not to make them a bit bigger or even use skinny pork chops, and serve them with something hearty like a pot of well-seasoned garbanzos or sweet potatoes roasted in their skins.
For this recipe, use whole coriander and whole cumin seeds in this dish; ground spices are too fine to make a coating for the pork tenderloin.