Cuisine
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Cuisine
  • Jam Dot Power Muffins

    Whole wheat flour, oats, seeds and fruit make these hearty but light muffins perfect for a grab-and-go breakfast or an anytime snack.

  • Korean Reuben Sandwiches

    Korean-flavored beef and kimchee update this classic pub favorite. Can’t find kimchee? Substitute sriracha-flavored sauerkraut instead.

  • Veal Osso Buco

    Veal Osso Buco is the perfect cold weather dish. It’s rich and hearty and filled with tomatoes, vegetables and a splash of dry white wine. Perfect when served next to buttery mashed potatoes.

  • Broccoli Rabe and Cherry Tomato Pizzettas

    Individual size pizzas topped with creamy mozzarella, bitter broccoli rabe and sweet golden garlic make a robustly flavorful, impressive focus for a meatless meal.

  • BLT Deviled Eggs

    Warning: when you combine two beloved favorite dishes in one, food disappears faster than you can serve it. Be sure to make more than you think you’ll need…

  • Polpettone, Italian Beef & Veal Meatloaf in Dry Vermouth

    Polpettone is an Italian-style meatloaf made with veal, beef and pancetta. The lack of any tomato sauce and the addition of the grated Parmesan cheese along with the lemon zest, cinnamon and touch of nutmeg in the loaf may seem a bit odd at first but once you taste it, you’ll realize this dish is an easy centerpiece for an Italian feast.

  • Bacon and Leek Arancini (Fried Risotto Balls)

    This updated version of the classic Sicilian fried cheese-stuffed rice balls are coated with Panko bread crumbs, a Japanese style bread crumb that stays crunchy and crisp when fried. If you can’t find them at the grocery store you can always substitute regular bread crumbs in its place.

  • Rosemary-Orange Crème Brûlée

    The tart-sweet flavor of orange zest combined with the slightly peppery properties of fresh rosemary infuse the custard mixture with a subtle taste of the Mediterranean, where orange groves abound and rosemary grows wild. The caramelized brown sugar crust, the hallmark of crème brulee, cracks with the first dip of the spoon.

  • Sweet Potato and Black Bean Chili

    The smoky, sweet and spicy flavors blend beautifully in this sultry twist on chili. Make it meatless by omitting the bacon and adding ¼ teaspoon smoked paprika, and using vegetable broth in place of the chicken broth.

  • Lavender Crème Brûlée

    Although we think of lavender as a perfume, it also has culinary uses. Used culinarily, lavender exudes a nuanced peppery flavor, with a hint of intense aroma. Here the lavender is combined with a bit of vanilla bean to add a familiar background note to the unexpected flavor of lavender. It is especially attractive to garnish these custards with a sprig of rosemary, either fresh or dried.

  • Mocha Melted Ice Cream Cake

    Sound crazy? We thought so too, until we created this incredibly moist, stupendously flavorful cake by using melted ice cream in the batter. You won’t believe how good it is until you make it yourself.

  • Café Cream Crème Brûlée

    Because cracked coffee beans are used to flavor the custard rather than powdered coffee, the custards remain classically cream-colored, but have the rich taste of cream-laced coffee. If concerned about caffeine, use decaffeinated beans.