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July 22 2018

13:00

Bacalhau à Gomes de Sá

This classic bacalhau à Gomes de Sá, or Portuguese salt cod-potato-onion casserole, is authentic in all ways but one: Instead of peeling, boiling, and cutting the potatoes, they’re very thinly sliced, layered in the dish, and cooked in the oven.

Crockery filled with bacalhau a Gomes de Sa--layers of salt cod, potato, and, onions; on top, sliced olives, quartered boiled eggs, parsley on wood

I grew up being served bacalhau à Gômes de Sá. Eating it was something entirely different. I refused to eat anything Portuguese when I was a kid. (Or at least I tried.) But over the...

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July 21 2018

13:00

Jerk Chicken

This jerk chicken, made from Jamaican allspice, scallion, thyme, cinnamon, chile pepper, and vinegar, is fast, easy, and authentic.

A sliced jerk chicken breast on a round cutting board, with a man's hand holding a cleaver above it

We’re quite, quite content with a plate of jerk chicken and nothing else. Well, but napkins. And okay, maybe some reggae and Red Stripe. While we’re at it, white rice laced with lime and cilantro, if you please. Originally......

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July 20 2018

13:04

Chocolate Zucchini Cake

This chocolate zucchini cake is made with flour, sugar, butter, cocoa powder, and a summery abundance of squash. The zucchini makes for marvelously moist cake.

A chocolate zucchini cake glazed with chocolate icing on a green plate on a wooden table

Reason number #456 to love summer? This luxuriously decadent and (marginally) healthful chocolate zucchini cake. Never again will you be wondering what to do with that seasonal abundance of oblong vegetables threatening...

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13:00

Bacon Cornbread

This bacon cornbread, a Southern staple, is made with corn kernels and bacon–plenty of bacon–and, of course, bacon drippings for a super moist and flavorful bite.

A loaf of bacon cornbread with a slice being removed, on a black plate

There’s cornbread. And then there’s cornbread enhanced with bacon, corn, and good ol’ bacon drippings. Just as God intended, according to some. An unapologetically...

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July 19 2018

13:02

Cucumber Gimlet

This cucumber gimlet, made with gin, cucumber, simple syrup, and lime, is a classic cocktail with a twist. Or rather, a slice–of cucumber!

Cucumber Gimlet

This is not your classic gimlet. The 50s classic, typically made with the mouth-twitchingly puckery Rose’s lime juice and gin, is perfectly fine. But when you swap out bottled citrus flavor for real lime and add to it the lightly vegetal note...

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13:00

Pistachio Gelato

Pistachio gelato, made properly, relies upon nothing but pistachios, milk, cream, egg yolks, sugar, and salt for its flavor and color. That’s why true pistachio gelato isn’t Frankenstein green. Sppons at the ready!

Pistachio Gelato

I’m convinced that in a past life I was an Italian woman with strong arms and solid legs, my nylons rolled down around my swollen peasant ankles. Because like signoras of years gone by, when it comes to pistachios,...

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12:20
Summer Only Comes Once a Year by The Pioneer Woman

July 18 2018

13:00

Green Bean and Pea Salad with Buttermilk Ranch Dressing

This green bean and pea salad is summer in a bowl. And the homemade buttermilk ranch dressing–made with buttermilk, matyo, chives, dill, garlic and onion powder–will make you toss those storebought bottles for good. Wipe the drool from your computer.

A black bowl fill with green beans, peas, and lettuce tossed with buttermilk ranch dressing

In this spectacularly uncommon summer salad, slender haricots verts and two types of peas are heaped...

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13:00

Sandwich Pickles

These sandwich pickles are made with cucumbers, salt, rosemary, thyme, oregano, and pink peppercorns. Perfect for sandwiches–but don’t stop there. Think burgers, hot dogs, salads, even a bloody Mary!

Pickle Sandwich Stackers

Admit it, you’ve probably been eating the same tired, jarred, sliced sandwich pickles for as long as you’ve been eating sandwiches. You know you...

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July 17 2018

13:00

Chess Pie

Chess pie, a sweet confection made with sugar, butter, eggs, cornmeal, and vinegar (yes, vinegar), is a classic Southern dessert. It’a perfect for entertaining and holidays or sweltering afternoons on the porch.

A cheese pie with a homemade crust cut into four slices in an antique tin pie plate on top of a napkin

Leave it to Southern home cooks to make something spectacular out of sow’s ears. Or rather pantry staples. This pie...

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09:32

Rye Berry Salad with Herbed Kefir Dressing

This hearty, healthy, and delicious grain salad is also versatile; you can eat it on its own or serve it as a side for grilled or roasted fish or meat. And since it keeps well for up to a week, it’s the perfect make-ahead meal to take on picnics, hikes, camping trips, and to potlucks, or to pack for work or school lunches. If you’ve never had rye berries, they’re pleasantly chewy and extremely healthy, and if you haven’t tried kefir, it’s a probiotic powerhouse akin to a thinner, tangier yogurt. Mixed with fresh herbs, it provides a creamy, piquant counterpoint to the nutty rye berries, sweet carrots, and crisp fried onions. You can add other vegetables and herbs to the salad if you wish.

Notes: As long as you wash your carrots well, you can leave them unpeeled; it saves time and boosts nutrition. You’ll only get as much dressing and as many fried onions as you need for this salad, but both components are well worth making on their own to garnish other dishes too. The dressing will keep for up to a month in an airtight container in the fridge. The onions are fried in ghee, which is basically clarified butter that’s been cooked longer until slightly nutty; you can make your own or purchase it ready-made. If making this salad ahead, store the onions separately to keep them crunchy and add just before eating.

Check out the author’s Chilled Avocado, Cucumber, and Kefir Soup recipe too.

July 15 2018

13:00

Gluten-Free Eggplant Parmesan

Not only is this eggplant Parmesan gluten-free, it’s also one of the best you’ll ever taste and easiest you’ll ever make. Why? Because there’s no coating with bread crumbs or frying. And without all the gluten gumming up the sauce, the dish has a concentrated, rich flavor.

Gluten Free Eggplant Parmesan

This gluten-free eggplant Parmesan is just as rich, cheesy, and scrumptious...

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July 14 2018

13:00

Blueberry Hand Pies

Blueberry hand pies, a treat steeped in Southern history and adored everywhere, are simple to make. A fruit filling spiked with rum and vanilla is enveloped in pastry dough and quickly fried. But wait! A tartly sweet lemon glaze is drizzled on top.

8 crescent-shape blueberry fried pies with Meyer lemon drizzle sauce nearby all on a piece of slate

These spectacular held pies are made from blueberry filling enveloped in flaky fried pastry dough and drizzled with a sweetly tart...

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July 13 2018

13:00

How to Freeze Herbs

To freeze herbs, all you need are your favorite aromatics from the garden or the rest of that bunch of cilantro you bought last week, a little lovely olive oil, and an ice cube tray to preserve that herbaceousness for another day. You’ll never toss perfectly good herbs again.

How to Freeze Basil

Knowing how to freeze that abundance of herbs from the garden (or last...

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July 12 2018

13:04

Seared Scallops

Seared scallops should be knee-wobblingly golden on the outside, lusciously wobbly inside, and sweetly supple through and through. Here’s how to ensure you get exactly that.

Seared Scallops

This seared scallops recipes tells you exactly how to sear scallops so they turn out perfectly golden brown on the surface, ever so slightly wobbly on the...

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13:02

Easy French Fries

This easy french fries recipe from Joel Robuchon is made with potatoes, salt, and oil and uses a surprising technique: frying at a low temperature for up to an hour.

Cold Fusion Fries

This easy french fries recipe flagrantly flies in the face of much of what we thought we knew regarding the perfect technique for frying french fries, yet it works dangerously well. Like,...

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13:00

Homemade Mayonnaise

This homemade mayonnaise, made from egg yolks, oil, mustard, and vinegar, will quickly become a must-have staple in your arsenal. We also include tips and tricks on how to fix a seemingly hopelessly broken mayonnaise.

A whisk with homemade mayonnaise on it

Millions have become adept at slathering mayo on all manner of food stuff. Yet few have attempted to make it at home. This foolproof recipe may...

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10:17

Chilled Avocado, Cucumber, and Kefir Soup

If you’re not familiar with the probiotic superfood kefir, it’s similar to yogurt, but thinner and tangier, and perfect for incorporating into all sorts of dishes, from breakfast smoothies to desserts. This chilled kefir, cucumber, and avocado soup is ultra refreshing on a hot summer day, and can be whipped up in mere minutes. Plus, it’s a cinch to scale up and makes a great light and healthy yet creamy and satisfying addition to a picnic or dinner party menu. Fresh mint and diced cucumber make bright garnishes; if transporting this, pack them separately and top off each bowl as you serve.

Note: The author uses Persian cucumbers, as she prefers to leave the skin on. If you can’t find Persian cucumbers, use any seedless variety.

For a couple more twists on the classic cold soup (that’d be Spanish tomato gazpacho), try our Cucumber and Green Grape Gazpacho recipe and our Watermelon Gazpacho recipe too.

July 11 2018

13:00

Skillet Lemon Soufflé

This skillet souffle is made in a skillet, making it easier and less tricky than a traditional souffle since you don’t need a fancy baking dish. Serve the dessert right from the pan at the table. Simple and perfect.

A skillet lemon souffle made entirely in a frying pan, sitting on a wire rack, blue cloth wrapped around the handle

The words of practical advice in the recipe below from the awesomely analytical minds over at Cook’s Illustrated is exactly...

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