Recipe: Turkey Chili

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Now that we've recovered from last month's turkey overdose, it's time to reembrace this lean bird in an otherwise overindulgent holiday season. Here, JBF staff member Nancy Kull uses ground turkey, red kidney beans, and a slew of spices to make a lighter but still plenty satisfying chili. Get the recipe here.

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Recipe: Double Chocolate Pudding with Sea Salt and Olive Oil

Double Chocolate Pudding with Sea Salt and Olive Oil

To make this sinfully rich chocolate pudding as good as it can be, use a high-quality brand of cocoa powder, like Valhrona, a 66-percent semisweet chocolate, and an intensely flavored extra virgin olive oil. Get the recipe here.

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Recipe Roundup: December 9

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The blogosphere’s sprawling universe of recipes is inspiring, diverse, and—let’s face it—a bit daunting. Our recipe roundup does all the heavy sifting to single out recent, mouthwatering recipes from our favorite blogs. All you have to do is click and cook!

Slow-Roasted Pork Shoulder with Stuffed Squash [Leite's Culinaria]
Yes, please. Be sure to choose a properly fatty cut of pork for this crowd-wowing dish from cookbook author Diana Henry.

Monastery of Angels Pumpkin Bread [The Wednesday Chef]
This moist, holiday-spiced quick bread sold by

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Recipe: Spiced Molasses Whoopie Pies

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While the whoopie pie lost out to wild blueberry pie in the fight for the title of Maine's official state dessert (as consolation the frosting-filled cake sandwich was designated as the official state treat), this baked good continues to attract plenty of fierce fans. These spicy, gingerbread-like whoopie pies from our senior editor, Anna Mowry, are perfect for the holidays, and are delicious when slathered with a buttery frosting. Get the recipe here.

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Market Haul: December 5



This week’s CSA box includes what will likely be the last of the season's broccoli, along with some gorgeous Brussels sprouts, crunchy kohlrabi, and plenty of root vegetables.

The Haul: Russet potatoes, Tuscan kale, Brussels sprouts, broccoli, carrots, beets, sweet potatoes, kohlrabi, parsley

The Menu Ideas:

Southern Indian Vegetable Curry [Jamie Oliver] Ignore the long list of ingredients and adapt this recipe according to what you have on hand. Don’t like okra? Sub in cauliflower. Need to use up some carrots? Throw them in. The curry leaves are optional but coconut milk is a must.

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Recipe Roundup: December 2, 2011

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The blogosphere’s sprawling universe of recipes is inspiring, diverse, and—let’s face it—a bit daunting. Our recipe roundup does all the heavy sifting to single out recent, mouthwatering recipes from our favorite blogs. All you have to do is click and cook! Green Grits [SE] In this recipe from Andrew Carmellini’s cookbook, American Flavor, a Southern classic gets spicy in the company of cilantro, chilies, and onions. Lamingtons [David Lebovitz] After a recent trip to Australia, David Lebovitz offers a recipe for Lamingtons,

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November's Best Recipes

French Onion and Mushroom Soup with Bourbon and Swiss Cheese

Here are our favorite recipes from the past month: French Onion and Mushroom Soup with Bourbon and Swiss Cheese Earthy mushrooms boost the umami quotient in this bistro staple. Fried Chicken Biscuit Sandwiches with Wildflower Honey and Chile Flakes Two of our favorite comfort foods come together in this recipe, which can be prepared as canapés or full-sized sandwiches.

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Recipe: Fried Chicken Biscuit Sandwiches with Wildflower Honey and Chile Flakes

Fried Chicken Biscuit Sandwiches with Wildflower Honey and Chile Flakes

Crunchy fried chicken hugged in a flaky biscuit—is there anything better? We dare you say otherwise after trying these satisfying biscuit sandwiches from Abraham Salum of Dallas's Komali and Salum. Instead of smothering the chicken with gravy, Salum glosses it with a chile flake–speckled honey. Get the recipe here.

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Recipe Roundup: Braising

Braised Lamb Belly with Jalapeño Vinegar


You've chipped away at your leftovers, dreamed up countless ways to use up days-old turkey, and gotten your kitchen back in order. Now that the marathon of Thanksgiving and its aftermath are over, we're ready for some food from the set-it-and-forget-it school of cooking. Here are some of our favorite braising recipes.
 

Slow-Cooked Pork with Spanish Paprika and Sweet Spices Cardamom and pimentón give braised pork shoulder a whisper of smokiness. Braised Lamb Belly with Jalapeño Vinegar Prepared by Alexander Ong at this year's JBF Awards, this dish gets a jolt from a spicy vinegar that cuts through

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Culinary School at Home: How to Cook a Turkey

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When you only cook a dish once a year (like, for instance, a roasted turkey), it can be difficult to perfect. That’s why every Thanksgiving millions of Americans find themselves poring over old family recipes and studying the November issues of their favorite food magazines before even entering the kitchen. To streamline the holiday cram session, we’ve put together a collection of turkey tips and tricks from some of our favorite sites. 1. Before you start messing around with softened butter, here's how to prep a turkey. 2. Alton Brown explains “the Turkey Triangle” and other

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