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  • Turkey Cutlet Milanese with Arugula and Tomato Salad

    Crisp, slightly acidic salad topping makes a perfect counterpoint to breaded fried cutlets.

  • Cheesesteak Panini

    This fast and easy twist on the Philly Cheese steak is great for weeknight meals—and perfect Sunday game-watching fare.

  • Pan Roasted Pork Chops with Glazed Peaches

    Simple, rustic with sweet and sour notes, this pork dish is best when peaches are at their peak. If out of season, try with pears, apples or figs. It’s also great with duck breast!

  • Arabica Spice Rubbed Flank Steak

    We love this rub so much, we can’t see any reason to make a single batch. This recipe makes enough rub for 2-4 more meals: use it on salmon, swordfish, chicken or burgers.

  • Peppered Garlic Shrimp

    Great for cocktail parties or as a first course, this shrimp dish is fragrant and full of flavor. The best part? You can whip up this aromatic appetizer in just minutes.

  • Pasta Salad with Lemon Caper Dressing

    Dill, lemon and capers make a refreshing combination for pasta salad.

  • Bistro Salad with Poached Egg and Shallot-Chive Vinaigrette

    The beauty of this classic bistro salad is the way the poached egg yolk oozes over the greens, cloaking them with rich flavor. Lardons, the bits of chopped slab bacon, provide a salty, meaty contrast. If you can’t find slab bacon, substitute 8 slices of ordinary bacon.

  • Steak Sandwich with Caramelized Red Wine Tomato Relish

    Steak sandwiches are an Australian classic, usually enjoyed outdoors or on the beach, followed by a solid game of touch footy! I’ve brought this one a little up-market by caramelizing the tomatoes with some aromatic red wine – make sure you enjoy the wine with the dish too! For me, it will be the big jammy Mt Langi Ghiran Shiraz!

  • Spicy Popcorn

    Perfect for movie night, game-watching and any other time you want a savory, spicy snack. Warning: it is addictive.

  • 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.

  • Veal Marsala

    This is one of those dishes restaurateurs can never take off their menus because it is so universally beloved. But don’t just eat it in restaurants: it’s actually quite simple to make at home. Delicious served over egg noodles.

  • Wild Mushroom, Leek, and Goat Cheese Omelet

    This is an omelet equally at home on the breakfast and dinner tables. Mushrooms add meaty heft, or umami; leeks lend a sweet touch, and the goat cheese filling adds creamy tang: together they offer a great balance of texture and flavor that delivers pleasure any time of day.