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  • Chicken Scampi over Rice

    While shrimp scampi gets all the fame, chicken scampi is just as deserving of our love and devotion.

  • Pork Chuletas with Salsa Criolla

    This Peruvian salsa of onions, sweet peppers and bright lime juice is served on many meats and fish, but is especially good against the crunchy crust and tender, juicy meat of this fried pork chop.

  • Pepper Biscuits with Ham and Cherry-Raisin Chutney

    The biscuits may be made a day in advance, but if you do, be sure to hide them—they are delicious even before they become these charming little bite-size sweet, salty and savory sandwiches.

  • Bucatini All’Amatriciana

    Adjust the heat in this dish to suit your palate, and if you have a mixed crew of spice lovers and spice-avoiders, simply pass the red pepper flakes and let diners choose.

  • Stuffed Roasted Acorn Squash with Apricot Couscous

    This beautiful dish can be the centerpiece of a meatless meal or the perfect solution to a table full of “mixed” diners: vegetarians will make it their entrée and everyone else can have it as a side dish.

  • Yukon Gold Potato and Wild Mushroom Hash

    Yukon Gold Potatoes and wild mushrooms combine to form a heavenly hash, the perfect accompaniment to a great grilled steak.

  • Wilted Spinach with Cherry Tomatoes

    Just a touch of sugar and a pinch of spicy heat bring out the very best in these simple fresh vegetables.

  • Bacon-Avocado Burger with Chipotle Mayonnaise

    We like to think of this as the Big Daddy of burgers: it’s got everything to love on a burger all in one bite. Make a double (or triple!) batch of the Chipotle mayo—it is great on grilled salmon, chicken and steak—or as dip for chips and veggies.

  • Pasta Salad with Lemon Caper Dressing

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

  • Caramelized Cauliflower

    Roasting cauliflower by this method brings out and intensifies its natural sugars, and minimizes the cabbage-like flavor of this cruciferous vegetable.

  • Buffalo Burger with Harvest Relish

    It’s hard to go back to buying ground meat for making burgers when you’ve started making your own using your meat of choice. You can control the amount of fat, mix meats, add flavors and make the grind as coarse or fine as you like. If I’m going to make a regular burger, I always use buffalo – it’s lean, flavorsome and I know it will be grass fed. Just buy the meat of choice, dice and place in a food processor with …..whatever, using the pulse button to grind as desired.

  • Farmer’s Market Chopped Salad

    This crunchy salad is a heartier alternative to the usual leafy side dish. It’s a welcome addition to a casual gathering and holds up well on a buffet table.