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  • Simple Herbed Breaded Chicken

    Fresh herbs and spices perk up this simple classic breaded chicken recipe.

  • Chicken and Mushroom Skillet with Egg Noodles

    Chicken and Mushroom Skillet with Egg Noodles is a simple, delicious and nutritious family meal.

  • New England Clam Chowder

    This is a classic: rich, creamy clam chowder with chunky pieces of fresh clams and potato, and a hint of smokiness from bacon.

  • Peach, Nectarine, and Plum Compote with Thyme, Honey and Ginger

    Make this compote when stone fruit is at the height of its season, and you will be rewarded with an intensely flavorful treat to eat on its own, over yogurt or ice cream, or topped with granola. Be sure to take the fruit off the heat when it is just shy of being tender—it continues to cook as it sits.

  • Sausage, Cheddar, and Sourdough Strata

    Ideally suited for an easy-going brunch, stratas benefit from being made up to a day ahead so the egg can thoroughly soak into the bread. We’ve used sausage in the recipe below, but you can make it with ham instead: simply brown 8 ounces of chopped ham steak in a little oil in place of the sausage.

  • 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.

  • Asparagus with Hazelnuts and Goat Cheese

    I first created this dish to make asparagus more wine-friendly with the addition of cheese and nuts – now it’s become a staple reflecting southern French origins. If you can find some hazelnut oil, it’s worth the splurge as just a touch really brings the dish to life!

  • Herb Rubbed Roasted Turkey

    Placing chopped, fresh herbs under rather than on top of the skin helps infuse the meat with flavor. As an added bonus, the turkey will perfume your house with a delectable aroma as it cooks.

  • Watermelon, Arugula, and Herbed Feta Salad

    The sweet and salty combination and mélange of textures makes this unusually satisfying. We also love that it is full of nutrients and takes only minutes to make—what more could we want from a summertime salad?!

  • Pan Roasted Corn, Sweet Peppers, and Arugula

    Pan roasting the corn intensifies its flavors and natural sugars. Cook all the vegetables just until they are more brightly colored and crisp-tender—that’s when their flavors will peak.

  • Fennel & Citrus Roasted Striped Bass

    Whole fish makes a beautiful presentation—and tastes even better than it looks when stuffed with fresh fennel and herbs and cooked between layers of lemon and orange slices.