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  • Buttermilk Corn Pancakes with Macerated Strawberries

    Heavenly light, fluffy pancakes with just a hint of nutty corn flavor and crunch, topped with fresh orange-scented strawberries get our vote for one of the most perfect breakfasts here on earth.

  • Roasted Asparagus with Balsamic Drizzle

    This deceptively simple recipe takes asparagus to new heights.

  • Pan-Seared Salmon with Tomato, Basil, and Balsamic Topping

    Don’t be afraid to let the top surface of the salmon get deeply browned. You can prevent the fish from getting overcooked by decreasing your cooking time on the second (under) side—that way, you ensure a truly crisp crust on top.

  • Roast Rack of Lamb with Fig-Port Wine Sauce

    The deeply nuanced fig-port wine sauce enhances the elegant meaty flavor of the lamb in this special-occasion dish.

  • Pear Galette with Balsamic Cider Syrup

    The rustic pear galette is lovely on its own, but with the addition of the balsamic syrup, it becomes a sophisticated and stunning looking desert.

  • Garlicky Grilled Portobello Mushrooms

    Mushrooms have flavor and texture unlike any other vegetable since they are not truly a vegetable. They tend to absorb flavor well but also act like a sponge, which is why I shy away from using lots of oil in this recipe. You can tell that the mushrooms are done when they’re pliable all the way through. You can use a grill or a grill pan for this, and serve them as part of a wrap with a tortilla, large lettuce or collard green leaf.

  • Balsamic Glazed Roasted Root Vegetables

    This satisfying and easy-to-make dish fills the house with a wonderful aroma. I like to serve it anytime in the fall but especially at the holidays. It’s become a staple on the Thanksgiving menu. I also make it whenever I want substantial leftovers. Use any root vegetables that you like such as rutabagas, leeks, shallots. Only white or gold beets, if they are available, or roast the red ones separately, otherwise your whole dish will be red. I like to use purple potatoes to add color interest.

  • Salmon with Asparagus and Blood Oranges

    Acidic and piquant, the dressing on this colorful grilled salmon dish adds a tangy touch to the fish, asparagus and oranges alike. A wonderful main course, it celebrates the asparagus of early spring.

  • Lentil, Orange and Goat Cheese Salad with Warm Balsamic Dressing

    Crumbly goat cheese and juicy orange slices transform ordinary mixed greens into a vibrant, savory salad. A warm balsamic reduction provides the perfect complement to the heady flavors in this dish.