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Slice pork on a bias and serve with jus from the pan and caramelized vegetables.
Spoon pasta into bowls and top each with more cheese, a dollop of crème fraîche, and a drizzle of olive oil.
Serve with plenty of crusty bread or roasted potatoes to mop up the sauce. Yum!
A classic French stew. Bone-in, skin-on chicken thighs are king in this version. The sauce that’s created while the chicken cooks is incredible.
Celery root has a velvety texture and subtle flavor that’s hard not to love if you give it a chance.
Grapes add an unexpected burst of sweetness that serves as the perfect foil to fall brassicas like turnips.
Recipe by chef Lisa Dupar of Low Country Shrimp & Grits, you should be able to throw down with anyone using this shrimp and grits recipe.
While you’re probably used to using corn grits to make polenta at home, teff cooks up just as smooth and creamy.
This recipe includes a fresh ponzu dressing to drizzle over the veggies. Refreshing and filling, this dish is a perfect summer meal.
A vibrant, healthy, springtime bowl that leaves you satisfied and energized, this recipe comes together quickly if you cook the rye berries and prepare the pickled onions in advance.
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